Sunday Reads: Oct. 17

Here’s this week’s list, here’s to a great week Great Falls.

The New York Times: A Babysitter and a Band-Aid Wrapper: Inside the Submarine Spy Case

NBC News: Sweeping FDA guidance would drastically cut salt in American foods

The Washington Post: High-schoolers tracked a wolf pack for years. The feds killed eight of the pups, conservationists say.

The New York Times: Farmland is valuable, but buying it is tricky for fund investors

The Washington Post: Experts worry summer’s robust restaurant industry rebound was ‘an artificial sugar rush’

NPR: Breakthrough infections might not be a big transmission risk. Here’s the evidence

Associated Press: Murano glassblowing model shattered by methane price surge

The Washington Post: You’ve decided to quit Facebook. Here’s how to migrate your online life elsewhere.

The New York Times: ‘It’s not sustainable:’ what America’s port crisis looks like up close

Associated Press: Advice shifting on aspirin use for preventing heart attacks

The New York Times: Unsolved Murdaugh murders expose years of South Carolina mysteries

Associated Press: Explainer: Why Social Security COLA will jump next year

ProPublica: The government gave free PPP money to public companies despite warning them not to apply

Associated Press: Winter heating bills set to jump as inflation hits home

The Washington Post: Warehouse jobs — recently thought of as jobs of the future — are suddenly jobs few workers want

The Washington Post: ‘Llama therapy’ in the wilds of Yellowstone National Park

Associated Press: Hydropower decline adds strain to power grids in drought

Axios: Flooding could shut down a quarter of all critical infrastructure in the U.S.

The New York Times: A year after a jobs bust, college students find a boom

The New Yorker: Stash-house stings carry real penalties for fake crimes

The Economist: The first big energy shock of the green era

Associated Press: Federal immigration agents to end practice of worksite raids

The Verge: Recycled plastic won’t solve tech’s waste problem

Associated Press: 1st executive to head to prison in doomed nuclear project

The Washington Post: The flu proves more deadly for children of color than for White youths, study says

The New York Times: What the future may hold for the Coronavirus and us

NPR: With hospitals crowded from COVID, 1 in 5 American families delays health care

The New York Times: Why the Tuskegee Study slowed vaccinations of Black Americans

The Washington Post: Biden administration: Texas abortion ban, in place despite constitutional questions, offers road map for other states