Tuesday, June 6, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (6/6/23)

I guess somehow it's only Tuesday.

Nova Kakhovka dam destroyed on Ukraine’s front lines, causing flooding and evacuations (WaPo)

Jamelle Bouie: There Is One Group the Roberts Court Really Doesn’t Like (NYT)

Thanks I hate it: Oklahoma approves first US taxpayer-funded religious charter school (BBC)

Good: NH Senate votes to legalize fentanyl, xylazine test strips (NHPR)

Child Labor Is on the Rise (New Yorker)

SAG-AFTRA members approve strike authorization by overwhelming margin (LA Times)

Also: DGA Deal Provides Pay Hikes, But Streaming Residual Still Not Tied to Show’s Success (Variety)

Robert Hanssen, an FBI agent who was convicted of spying for Russia, dies in prison (NPR)

Wealthy firms buying Scottish land pose risk of greater inequality, study warns (The Guardian)

I watched this on replay last night and I'm just so happy for him: White Sox’s Liam Hendriks earns first win of season on National Cancer Survivors Day (The Athletic)

And some longer reads:

Fake Signals and American Insurance: How a Dark Fleet Moves Russian Oil (NYT)

Inside the Meltdown at CNN (The Atlantic)

The revolt of the Christian home-schoolers (WaPo)

The Swarm of Relievers (Baseball Prospectus)

How Ian Fleming Wrote Casino Royale and Changed Spy Fiction Forever (CrimeReads)

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