Links for you. Science:
Winter ticks wiped out nearly 90% of the moose calves scientists tracked in part of Maine last year
In a massive Chinese sinkhole, scientists find a secret forest
So, Have You Heard About Monkeypox?
A SARS-CoV-2 Delta variant outbreak on airplane: vaccinated air passengers are more protected than unvaccinated
Estrogen treatment linked to reduced COVID-19 mortality
National improvements in resident physician-reported patient safety after limiting first-year resident physicians’ extended duration work shifts: a pooled analysis of prospective cohort studies
This Florida teacher married a woman. Now she’s not a teacher anymore.
Another Sweeping Far-Right Court Ruling. Following the practice of ignoring precedent, an appellate ruling seeks to destroy consumer and investor protection.
1 Million Deaths, 13 Last Messages
The angry White populist who paved the way for Trump
“Safety first”? Time for WMATA to put riders first
Jan. 6 panel just dropped a big hint. They’d better have the goods.
How Dare You Accuse Me Of Being Human
Mayor Bowser promised to end homelessness. Here’s how it’s going.
We Need to Take Back Our Privacy
Metro riders are unhappy — and they have every right to be
Roger Angell, Who Wrote About Baseball With Passion, Dies at 101
A survey was meant to help the homeless. Some say it hurts Black people.
At Wells Fargo, a Quest to Increase Diversity Leads to Fake Job Interviews
Too many Americans are still in covid denial (even Michael Gerson gets it…)
Biden’s New Housing Plan: Fire Up the House Factories
Ginni Thomas, wife of Supreme Court justice, pressed Ariz. lawmakers to help reverse Trump’s loss, emails show
The Left Is Losing Because We’re Not Confrontational Enough
Oracle’s Larry Ellison joined Nov. 2020 call about contesting Trump’s loss
Is the Justice Department Incompetent?
Joe Manchin’s trail of destruction is about to get much worse
Back in D.C., ‘People’s Convoy’ plan to ambush downtown with evening occupation gets a flat
The True Cost of the Climate Stalemate in Congress