Links for you. Science:
Why older people are at higher risk for severe COVID-19 (excellent)
The Forgotten Virus: Zika Families and Researchers Struggle for Support
How Chewing Shaped Human Evolution
Infection Rate of SARS-CoV-2 in Asymptomatic Healthcare Workers, Sweden, June 2022
On the Doctrine of Original Antigenic Sin
Raw oysters were recently linked to 2 deaths. Here’s how to limit risk.
A Progressive Vision for the Economy. Economist Dean Baker discusses how to make the world a better place. (really interesting)
There Are 100 People in America With Way Too Much Power
My final column: 2024 and the dangers ahead. Before signing off, Margaret Sullivan offers advice to her fellow journalists on how to cover a perilous election
What Is Executive Privilege?
The Lifestyles Of The Not Quite Rich Enough
Trump’s latest Mar-a-Lago spin has a huge hole in it
‘It’s a rip-off’: GOP spending under fire as Senate hopefuls seek rescue
Yelp makes an important move against crisis pregnancy centers. Your move, Google
Many colleges ease mask rules in third year of coronavirus pandemic
The graying of America
Going into the midterms, Democrats can be seriously grateful that Rick Scott is on the other side
Human foot found in Yellowstone hot spring may be linked to July death
Pete Buttigieg’s Feeble Policy on Flight Cancellations: The transportation secretary could be doing far more with his existing authority. The new DOT rule could make matters worse for consumers.
Students lose access to books amid ‘state-sponsored purging of ideas’
What Biden Has — and Hasn’t — Done
The remote work revolution is already reshaping America
Deshaun Watson is the star the NFL deserves: A cynical, empty narcissist
The Real Inflation Reduction Acts. The Biden administration’s actions in a variety of markets are doing the heavy lifting on lowering costs.
A Russian soldier’s journal: ‘I will not participate in this madness’
The Constitution Is Broken and Should Not Be Reclaimed
P. Arthur D’Orazio, Union National Bank Branch (1962) Youngstown, OH
Expanded IRS free-file system one step closer in Dems’ bill