Links 4/27/22

Links for you. Science:

How Cities Became Accidental Wildlife Havens
UW Medicine-developed COVID vaccine effective in test
Advancing antimicrobial resistance monitoring in surface waters with metagenomic and quasimetagenomic methods
Reclassification of Shigella species as later heterotypic synonyms of Escherichia coli in the Genome Taxonomy Database
Population-level implications of the Israeli booster campaign to curtail COVID-19 resurgence

Other:

I just got an interview request from a reporter at an agenda-setting DC publication. It began, “I’m working on a magazine story about political buzzwords (i.e. ‘critical race theory,’ ‘equity,’ ‘cancel culture,’ etc.)”—then went on…
And The Press’s Is To Pretend They Don’t Know This
Marjorie Taylor Greene’s texts show birth of Jan. 6 ‘antifa’ lie
Biden Has Already Done More for Rural America Than Trump Ever Did
In a city full of adjunct faculty members, many struggle to get by
Inept ‘People’s Convoy’ chased out of Bay Area by egg-throwing kids
D.C. region’s disability community pushes to keep masks aboard transit
Ohio Voters Shafted by Conservative Judicial Activism
Running Twitter Is Going to Disappoint Elon Musk
The Only Thing That Stops a Bad Guy With a Gun Is a Third Baseman With a Gun
The Expanding Job
Disney Didn’t Leave the GOP Behind — Culture Did
Following first unmasked concert, chorus members share cautionary tale
QAnon Leaders Push Followers Into Multi-Level Marketing
Rand Paul, Who Once Lost a Fight to His Neighbor, Has Advice for the Ukrainians
White House’s Jen Psaki offered a binder full of Covid spending details. Taking a peek was a process
If It Weren’t for Twitter, I Wouldn’t Know About Elon Musk’s Family Emerald Mine
Billionaires Like Elon Musk Don’t Know the First Thing About Democracy
Ron DeSantis Says He’s Protecting You From the Left’s ‘Absolute Control.’ He Just Wants It For Himself.
The Green New Deal is Having a Moment in D.C. Politics. What Could it Actually Look Like?
HIV Isn’t Over In West Virginia
Supreme Court Lets Thomas Jefferson High Admissions Policy Stand – For Now
How asphalt art can protect vulnerable road users
The Insurrectionists Are Coming
Putin the Planner
The New York Times Book Review at a Crossroads
Chinatown’s Dim Sum Parlors Are Facing an Unprecedented Labor Shortage

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