Thursday, June 8, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (6/8/23)

I kept thinking yesterday was Thursday, but NOW it's Thursday.

Prosecutors Tell Trump’s Legal Team He Is a Target of Investigation (NYT)

Ukraine launches counteroffensive against Russia (WaPo)

What to Do When the Sun Turns Red (Slate)

Ugh: Judge dismisses civil rights case against NSC-131, a blow to prosecutors seeking to rein in white supremacist group (NHPR)

I see: Supreme Court justices, minus Thomas, and Alito, file financial disclosure reports (NPR)

Montana Officials Canceled a Trans Woman’s Library Event Citing Anti-Drag Law (them)

Diamond Sports vs. MLB: Breaking down details of last week’s marathon hearing (The Athletic)

New England's electric grid operator says it's ready for summer, but severe heat could prompt calls for conservation (NHPR)

Weed-spliced concrete block at flower show highlights green space disparities in Chelsea (The Guardian)

On the Enduring Charms and Sly Wit of Jane Austen's Northanger Abbey (CrimeReads)

And some longer reads:

How the far right tore apart one of the best tools to fight voter fraud (NPR)

U.S. had intelligence of detailed Ukrainian plan to attack Nord Stream pipeline (WaPo)

Chris Licht Is Out at CNN, Leaving Network at a Crossroads (NYT)

How one group is bridging the gap on gender-affirming resources in New Hampshire (NHPR)

Crime and the City: Lhasa (CrimeReads)

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