Links for you. Science:
Has the ‘great resignation’ hit academia?
A Major Science Journal Publisher Adds A Weird Notice To Every Paper. What’s Behind This?
COVID State of Affairs: May 31
Number of Chesapeake Bay Blue Crabs Hits Record Low
We’re ignoring a major culprit behind the teen mental health crisis
Half of US population exposed to adverse lead levels in early childhood
Wisconsin’s Democratic secretary of state might not make it on the ballot
Russia destroys Ukraine’s historic heritage, steals rare collections from museums
My Governor Can Pass Bad Abortion Laws. But I Won’t Enforce Them.
Did Joe Manchin block climate action to benefit his financial interests?
People mourn as they attend the vigil for the victims of the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, on May 25, 2022.
Birth of a Notion: The Founders Never Envisioned a Filibuster Being Used to Block Gun Control After Massacres
Police Have No Duty to Protect You
The California crime discourse is all wrong
US gun violence is a health crisis with evidence-based solutions, experts plea
Trump E.P.A. Chief ‘Endangered Public Safety’ by Ordering His Drivers to Speed
Heidi Heitkamp Lobbies Against a Democratic FCC. The former Democratic senator is running misleading ads claiming that FCC nominee Gigi Sohn would be bad for rural America.
Bill Maher Isn’t a Liberal Anymore
The right desperately tries to blame women for the 21 murders in the Uvalde school shooting
Critics, contrarians, and trolls
8 Can’t Wait
American Auto Regulation Isn’t a ‘Model’ for Gun Regulation; It’s a Cautionary Tale
Democrats Should “Do Something” the Way the GOP Does Things
The Anti-Politics Of Popularism: The current strategy to bring Democrats back from the brink of electoral wipeouts rejects the very thing they need most
Lionel Messi reveals his behind-the-scenes Covid-19 struggle
Might I suggest not listening to famous people about money?
The Depp defamation suit should outrage and appall you
550 … and Counting. Monkeypox is not a gay disease. But it has arrived in our community—and our decades of experience dealing with HIV give us the chance to get things right from the outset.
Communicating doctors’ consensus persistently increases COVID-19 vaccinations