Wednesday, April 5, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (4/5/23)

Wednesday. So, uh, lots of news, huh?

Donald Trump lashes out, resorting to old tactics after arraignment hearing (NPR)

Analysis: A Surprise Accusation Bolsters a Risky Case Against Trump (NYT)

This is great: Conservatives lose control of Wisconsin Supreme Court ahead of likely decision on abortion (The 19th*)

I haven't followed this closely but the teacher/union guy winning also seems good! Brandon Johnson will be Chicago’s next mayor (WBEZ)

Trans protesters in Washington, D.C. on why they marched for Trans Day of Visibility (Xtra)

Unhoused families living in NH hotels face deadlines to find new homes (NHPR)

Biggest patch of unprotected private land in Green Mountain National Forest to be preserved forever (Vermont Public)

Paging Lord Peter Wimsey: A peal appeal: bellringer shortage as King Charles’s coronation looms (The Guardian)

Frozen cells reveal a clue for a vaccine to block the deadly TB bug (NPR)

Amateur Fossil Hunter Discovers New Species of Giant Petrel in New Zealand (Smithsonian)

And some longer reads:

The Donald Trump Indictment, Annotated (NYT)

‘Moving unapologetically to the forefront’: How an archive is preserving the Black feminist movement (The 19th*)

Guide to minor league baseball’s first CBA: Everything you need to know (The Athletic)

The American Heiress Who Risked Everything to Resist the Nazis (Smithsonian)

10 Engrossing Books About Black Holes That Nothing, Not Even Your Attention, Can Escape (Book Riot)

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