Sunday Reads: July 25

Happy weekend Great Falls.

Associated Press: U.S. churches reckon with traumatic legacy of Native schools

The New York Times: Why vaccinated people are getting ‘breakthrough’ infections

Axios: The return of superstar cities

NPR: Tips and ‘service with a smile’ rules fuel sex harassment in restaurants, study says

The New York Times: PG&E aims to curb wildfire risk by burying many power lines

Scientific American: Cities pledge more green space to combat urban heat

NPR: Farmers have a big problem on their hands: they can’t find a way to ship their stuff

The Washington Post: The total health and climate consequences of the American food system cost three times as much as the food itself

NPR: The untamed rise of hospital monopolies

The New York Times: Far from Florida, mayors fear prospect of a collapse in their own cities

Reuters: U.S. housing starts accelerate, building permits skid to eight-month low

NPR: Low pay, no benefits, rude customers: restaurant workers quit at record rate

The Washington Post: How can the U.S. reduce drug overdose deaths? A wide range of ideas awaits Biden.

The New York Times: Can a yarn store be a place of healing?