Wednesday, May 3, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (5/3/23)

Today is Wednesday, and wow, this week is very rainy.

Nord Stream: Report puts Russian navy ships near pipeline blast site (BBC)

Carlson’s Text That Alarmed Fox Leaders: ‘It’s Not How White Men Fight’ (NYT)

The Texas man accused of killing 5 neighbors is in custody, authorities say (NPR)

This is so awful: Judge denies Rep. Zooey Zephyr’s attempt to return to Montana House floor (CNN)

The Supreme Court’s Ethics Issues Are Not All Created Equal (Slate)

I see: CDC opens probe after 35 test positive for covid following CDC conference (WaPo)

Good: Veterans group calls for stronger law enforcement action against neo-Nazis in New England (NHPR)

One in three young teachers in England skipping meals to make ends meet (The Guardian)

Tony Award Nominations 2023: ‘Some Like It Hot’ Dominates, Followed by ‘& Juliet,’ ‘Shucked,’ ‘New York, New York’ (Variety)

Clayton Kershaw, Adam Wainwright and … Gerrit Cole? The next pitchers in line for 200 wins (The Athletic)

And some longer reads:

Ukraine refugees face uncertainty and precarity as displacement persists (NPR)

3 Nuclear Superpowers, Rather Than 2, Usher In a New Strategic Era (NYT)

Why Are TV Writers So Miserable? (New Yorker)

"Success" is... subjective but the actual piece is very interesting: MLB’s pitch clock is a success, but some still fear an injury reckoning is coming (The Athletic)

Mid-Apocalyptic Fiction: Writing Against a Climate Catharsis (Tor)

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