Wednesday, May 10, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (5/10/23)

Today is Wednesday, and there's . . . news!

A jury finds Trump liable for battery and defamation in E. Jean Carroll trial (NPR)

Exclusive: Rep. George Santos charged by Justice Department in federal probe (CNN)

Ukraine war: Inside the fight for the last streets of Bakhmut (BBC)

Good! NH guarantees interracial marriage rights in state law with new Marital Freedom Act (NHPR)

‘Like a dam breaking’: experts hail decision to let US climate lawsuits advance (The Guardian)

This is so great: The FDA approves a breakthrough vaccine 50 years in the making (Vox)

Most U.S. adults say the abortion pill mifepristone should stay on the market, Post-ABC poll finds (WaPo)

Your Hair Is Going Gray. This Glitch May Explain Why. (NYT)

A wildlife tracking program has revolutionized migration research. How NH is taking part. (NH Bulletin)

He was the 'accidental DH' -- and he made MLB history (MLB)

And some longer reads:

Texas to New Jersey: Tracking the Toxic Chemicals in the Ohio Train Inferno (NYT)

Teachers in Mass. are mostly white. A Lowell program is trying to change that (WBUR)

Bedeviled Cardinals Scapegoat Willson Contreras (Baseball Prospectus)

This is so sad and fascinating: Her Doctor Said Her Illness Was All in Her Head. This Scientist Was Determined to Find the Truth. (NYT)

Avoidance Issues (NYRB)

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