Sunday Reads: Nov. 7
Happy weekend Great Falls. Here’s to a great week.
The New York Times: Colin Powell’s life is celebrated at a funeral that pulls Washington together.
Associated Press: Americans sour on economy amid inflation woes: AP-NORC Poll
The Washington Post: New schools are rising across the U.S. that look like charters but aren’t
Associated Press: Explainer: What is the metaverse and how will it work?
The Washington Post: He predicted the dark side of the Internet 30 years ago. Why did no one listen?
The New York Times: The accidental wine educator
Associated Press: U.S. trade deficit hits record of $80.9 billion in September
The Washington Post: In mayoral elections nationwide, voters opt for pragmatism over ideology
Montana Free Press: “Termination Report” sheds light on turnover at OPI
The New York Times: Star system with right-angled planets surprises astronomers
Associated Press: Pfizer says COVID-19 pill cut hospital, death risk by 90 percent
The New York Times: Effort to reframe climate change as a health crisis gains steam
The Atlantic: Floating wind farms are about to transform the oceans
The New York Times: How Tyson Foods got 60,500 workers to get the coronavirus vaccine quickly
Cowboy State Daily: Senate kills ant-vaccine mandate bill citing business concerns, one bill remains
The New York Times: Why many police traffic stops turn deadly
Vogue Business: Fashion’s new biodiversity benchmark
Kaiser Health News: Labs with no one to run them: Why public health workers are fleeing the field
The New York Times: Ethiopia declares state of emergency as rebels advance toward capital
Associated Press: Robots hit the streets as demand for food delivery grows
The Chronicle of Higher Education: Free college is dead in Congress, but it’s alive and well in the states
Bangor Daily News: Maine will be the 1st state to add ‘right to food’ to state constitution
The New York Times: Officials disclose a ‘working theory’ about jetpack mystery over Los Angeles
The New York Times: Christian schools boom in a revolt against curriculum and pandemic rules
The Washington Post: Meet the people getting paid $10,000 for moving to West Virginia