Sunday Reads: Nov. 14
Happy weekend Great Falls. Here’s this week’s reading list.
The Economist: COVID-19 is likely to fade away in 2022
The New York Times Magazine: Did COVID change how we dream?
Kaiser Health News: Researcher: Medicare Advantage plans costing billions more than they should
The New York Times: Which cities are growing most at the expense of others?
The Hechinger Report: America’s reading problem: Scores were dropping even before the pandemic
The Wall Street Journal: Fed says U.S. public health among biggest near-term risks to financial system
The New York Times: Metallurgist admits she falsified test results for steel used in Navy submarines
The New York Times: The popularity of e-bikes isn’t slowing down
The Washington Post: The business case for public investment in early-childhood programs
The New York Times: In Romania, hard-hit by COVID, doctors fight vaccine refusal
The Washington Post: Big Bird got his Pfizer shot, and conservatives are calling it vaccine ‘propaganda’
The Economist: A handful of items are driving inflation in America
The New Yorker: The great organic-food fraud
Associated Press: Feds, school reach agreement on student restraint, seclusion
The New York Times: Powell’s Books survived Amazon. Can it reinvent itself after the pandemic?
Next Avenue: My wife, Cokie Roberts
Associated Press: Marie Antoinette’s diamond bracelets fetch $8.3M at auction
The New York Times: She died with long COVID. Should her organs have been donated?
The New York Times Magazine: The untold story of sushi in America
The New York Times: Is denim in an identity crisis?