Wednesday, May 24, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (5/24/23)

Today is Wednesday and it's my brother's birthday! Happy birthday, Dave!

Russia controls Bakhmut, for now, but holding it will be difficult (WaPo)

Race against time to stop ‘humanitarian disaster’ among Sudan refugees in Chad (The Guardian)

Of course: DeSantis Set to Announce 2024 Run on Twitter With Elon Musk (NYT)

South Carolina legislature sends 6-week abortion ban to governor's desk (CNN)

Debt ceiling talks aren't going well. Here's where they stand (NPR)

I don't want Target employees to be put in danger, but also, this really sucks: Target pulls some Pride collection items after threats to employees (NBC News)

Why Republicans and Democrats alike are concerned about a No Labels presidential nominee (KJZZ)

Chip war: Apple strikes major US-made semiconductor deal (BBC)

Yankees ace Gerrit Cole records 2,000th career strikeout, third fastest MLB pitcher by games and innings (CBS Sports)

Vatican experts uncovering gilded glory of Hercules statue struck by lightning (NHPR)

And some longer reads:

A year after Uvalde, officers who botched response face few consequences (WaPo)

Will A.I. Become the New McKinsey? (New Yorker)

Apocalypse Sow: Can Anything Stop the Feral Hog Invasion? (Texas Monthly)

Eat more beans. Please. (Vox)

Baseball Returns to the ‘Hallowed Grounds’ of a Negro Leagues Stadium (NYT)

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