Saturday, July 15, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (7/15/23)

Today is Saturday, and I had an eye injection yesterday so please excuse any important news I haven't caught up on yet.

Thailand’s winning candidate for PM blocked from power (The Guardian)

Families and health care workers sue Texas over gender-affirming care ban (The 19th*)

FTC investigates OpenAI over data leak and ChatGPT’s inaccuracy (WaPo)

Manchester Mayor Joyce Craig formally declares run for NH governor (NHPR)

FDA approves Opill, the first daily birth control pill without a prescription (NPR)

Bob Casey Hears You Comparing Him to Oatmeal. He Is Betting Boring Wins. (The Messenger)

With A Chronic Shortage Of Teachers, Hungary Is Struggling To Replace Them (RFE)

Liverpool LGBT+ group ‘appalled and concerned’ over Jordan Henderson’s potential Saudi Arabia move (The Athletic)

Scientists Have Found a Hot Spot on the Moon’s Far Side (NYT)

The .400 Mark Was Always a Lie (Baseball Prospectus)

And some longer reads:

Texas A&M recruited a UT professor to revive its journalism program, then watered down the offer after ‘DEI hysteria’ (The 19th*)

Hugs, handshakes and blanking your opponent: How geopolitics is impacting Wimbledon (The Athletic)

Underground Heat Is Shifting Chicago’s Foundations (NYT)

The Tyranny of the Tale (New Yorker)

It Cost $527 to Take a Family of Four to Yankee Stadium (Baseball Prospectus)

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