Sunday Reads: Oct. 10
It’s a bit cooler these days, so snuggle up with this week’s reading list.
The New York Times: Facebook is weaker than we knew
The Washington Post: Key findings from the Pandora Papers investigation
Associated Press: U.S. unveils guidance for federal vaccine mandate, exemptions
The Washington Post: DeJoy’s USPS slowdown plan will delay the mail. What’s it mean for your zip code?
Associated Press: Remnants of Black church uncovered in Colonial Williamsburg
Flathead Beacon: Kalispell restricts marijuana operations to industrial zones
Military.com: Pentagon mandates COVID-19 vaccine for civilian workers
The Washington Post: The crane that fell for her keeper (video)
Associated Press: Coast Guard says initial oil spill report not enough to act
The Economist: Is political polarisation in America really rising?
The Washington Post: What do all these stories of vaccine denial deaths do to our sense of empathy?
Associated Press: Physics Nobel rewards work on climate change, other forces
The New York Times: Captured, killed or compromised: CIA admits to losing dozens of informants
The Economist: The world economy’s shortage problem
High Country News: Collecting seeds to restore prairie grasslands
The Virginian-Pilot: 5.5 million more oysters coming to Chesapeake Bay, thanks to new partnership
The Washington Post: As meat prices continue to rise, Biden administration takes aim at Big Chicken
The New York Times: Why these New Yorkers stopped paying rent
The New York Times: Trams, cable cars, electric ferries: How cities are rethinking transit
Associated Press: States and cities slow to spend federal pandemic money
The New York Times: U.S. signals no thaw in trade relations with China
Associated Press: Wyoming librarians under fire for books about sex, LGBTQ
The New York Times: More than half of police killings are mislabeled, new study says
The Virginian-Pilot: Love is the message on Portsmouth couple’s lawn
The New York Times: You got lost and had to be rescued. Should you pay?
Billings Gazette: RVU breaks ground on Billings medical school
The New York Times: In Alaska’s COVID crisis, doctors must decide who lives and who dies
Kaiser Health News: Student nurses who refuse vaccination struggle to complete degrees
The Hechinger Report: OPINION: Younger students were among those most hurt during the pandemic
Associated Press: More than 120,000 US kids had caregivers die during pandemic
Associated Press: Ghost towns: Nursing home staffing falls amid pandemic
Route Fifty: The cities with the heftiest parking fines
The New York Times: A trial about wealth, privilege and the murkiness of college admissions
Georgia Recorder: FBI to investigate threats made against school board members, teachers
Associated Press: Flush with COVID-19 aid, schools steer funding to sports
Associated Press: French child kidnap plot shows global sway of QAnon style
Associated Press: U.S. factory growth up in September despite supply woes