Tuesday, July 18, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (7/18/23)

Unfortunately, it seems to only be Tuesday.

Russia says decision not to extend Black Sea grain deal is final (The Guardian)

Alabama Republicans Are Daring the Supreme Court to Uphold Its Own Voting Rights Ruling (Slate)

Iowa judge blocks state’s six-week abortion ban (The 19th*)

Sinkholes, flooded basements, road closures: More rain brings more damage across NH (NHPR)

This headline is bad - they're ANTI-ban bills, yay! Massachusetts Legislators Propose Book Ban Bills (Book Riot)

All the prison's presidents: Peru's special jail for ex-leaders is all full up (NPR)

In Gilgo Beach Killings, an Arrest Bears Out a Decade-Old Prediction (NYT)

Celebrities use social media as a new picket line for Hollywood strike (WaPo)

Taylor Swift Makes History As First Woman With Four Albums In Top 10 At The Same Time As ‘Speak Now’ Debuts At No. 1 (Deadline)

Umpiring Our Existential Crisis (Baseball Prospectus)

And some longer reads:

This is, uh, bad!! Trump and Allies Forge Plans to Increase Presidential Power in 2025 (NYT)

The West Is Returning Priceless African Art to a Single Nigerian Citizen (The Atlantic)

Masters of Their Own Realities (The Ringer)

The Replacement Player: Inside the hunt for difference-making talent on the margins of MLB rosters (Yahoo! Sports)

I wish to read this romance novel IMMEDIATELY: Who Was Tessa Kelso? A Feminist History of the Librarian Pioneer (Book Riot)

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