Links 1/14/21

Links for you. Science:

For mRNA vaccines, we should stick to the schedule
We lost to SARS-CoV-2 in 2020. We can defeat B-117 in 2021
Releasing more vaccines for first doses could create more problems than it solves
A Question Hidden in the Platypus Genome: Are We the Weird Ones?
Science advocacy groups join calls for Trump’s removal


Pro-Trump dark money groups organized the rally that led to deadly Capitol Hill riot
Pro-Trump Mob Livestreamed Its Rampage, and Made Money Doing It
A Domestic Terrorism Law Can’t Solve Right-Wing Violence
A small group of sleuths had been identifying right-wing extremists long before the attack on the Capitol
Betsy DeVos leaves a controversial legacy that could soon be reversed
12 Sunsets: Exploring Ed Ruscha’s Archive
Republican enablers don’t deserve credit for finally abandoning Trump
Here’s How the Capitol Mob Violated Federal Criminal Law
Stacey Abrams showed that Democrats can match the GOP at state-level organizing
California’s Lagging Vaccine Rollout
After trial runs at statehouses last year, the far-right’s violent tactics erupted at the Capitol
So What About That (Self)-Coup?
Metro expects to receive $610 million in federal stimulus, avoiding cuts to service
What Trump’s Impeachment Could Mean
Scores of nurses with Chicago Public Schools say reopening buildings is still unsafe
Capitol siege was planned online. Trump supporters now planning the next one.
‘The truth is, nobody told us what to be ready for’: Roger Desjarlais, manager in Lee County, Fla., on the unanticipated challenges of rolling out the vaccine
Trump’s Twitter ban is a step toward ending the hijacking of the First Amendment
The Trump mob gave us #GuyOnPorch and #WomanInCar — the real Americans
Taking the white Christian nationalist symbols at the Capitol riot seriously
Capitol siege was planned online. Trump supporters now planning the next one.
The Inaction of Capitol Police Was by Design
The shame of Texas — Ted Cruz, Ken Paxton and the Seditious Sixteen.

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