Saturday, June 17, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (6/17/23)

Today is Saturday and there's . . . lots of news.

This is huge and amazing: The Supreme Court leaves Indian Child Welfare Act intact (NPR)

Uganda school attack: Pupils among 40 killed by militants linked to Islamic State group (BBC)

Focus of war shifting south towards Mariupol, Ukrainian minister says (The Guardian)

Gunman in Pittsburgh synagogue shooting found guilty in 2018 massacre (WaPo)

Deadlocked Iowa Supreme Court will not reinstate 6-week abortion ban (Iowa Public)

The Biggest Questions—and Dangers—in the Trump Documents Case (Slate)

Yes: Several NH mayors, police chiefs say it’s time to give undocumented immigrants access to IDs (NHPR)

Ugh: The Starbucks Union Claims the Company Is Taking Down Pride Decorations (Eater)

Some of the details here!! Harvard Medical School morgue manager accused of stealing, selling human body parts as part of 'nationwide network' (WBUR)

One of the good ones: Gausman finds value in baseball's diversity (MLB)

And some longer reads:

Minneapolis police discriminated, used excessive force for years, DOJ says (WaPo)

Inside North Korea: "We Are Stuck, Waiting to Die" (BBC)

Ukraine’s Counter-Offensive, and What Comes After (New Yorker)

Daniel Ellsberg, Who Leaked the Pentagon Papers, Is Dead at 92 (NYT)

MLB commissioner reveals his goal for Pride season is to protect homophobes & it didn’t go over well (Queerty)

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