Links 6/14/23

Links for you. Science:

Bivalent COVID-19 vaccine antibody responses to Omicron variants suggest that responses to divergent variants would be improved with matched vaccine antigens
Ancient fish, modern problem: How the pallid sturgeon could be a warning for the Missouri River
Gene deletion toolkit makes pathogen easier to study
Long-term real-world protection afforded by third mRNA doses against symptomatic SARS-COV-2 infections, COVID-19-related emergency attendances and hospitalizations amongst older Singaporeans during an Omicron XBB wave
Chicken Pox Cases Rise 200% Among Montana’s School-Aged Children
Missouri man dies after eating raw oysters and contracting flesh-eating bacteria


A Star Reporter’s Break With Reality
Owning Up to Mistakes and Pandemic Deaths
The Three Biggest Obstacles to Convicting Trump
The Ottawa Hospital lifts most mask requirements, but some say it’s too soon
The Congressman Telling Trump Supporters to ‘Buckle Up’
Judge Aileen Cannon Can Absolutely Sink the Federal Prosecution of Trump
Career women in right-wing media tell young girls to give up their dreams at Young Women’s Leadership Summit
No, Trump’s classified document haul is nothing like Hillary Clinton’s emails
The little-noticed court decision that changed homelessness in America
“Democratic Party of Virginia?” Or Is It — “The Democratic Party of Republican Danny Marshall?”
The mystery of long covid is getting closer to being unraveled (this is good, but needed to be written a year ago, and it also ignores how every COVID infection puts you at non-negligible risk for long COVID)
Will the Judge in Trump’s Case Recuse Herself—or Be Forced To?
The Case for Realignment
Roberts isn’t an institutionalist. He’s a weather vane.
Biden world restructures itself around selling Bidenomics (why weren’t they doing this earlier?)
D.C.’s Underground Culture Lives On at the Library
Elise Stefanik Is Already Raising Money (For Herself) Off Of Trump’s Indictment
The case for a (mostly) car-free world
The Prolonged Battle to Increase Education for Educators: Education requirements for D.C.’s early childhood caregivers introduced in 2016 are set to begin this year. But within the already strained workforce, some educators are still holding out.
The California Gang Overturns Democrats’ Antitrust Consensus: The likely new Democratic leader on the House Antitrust Subcommittee shows that the fight on corporate power is far from over.

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