Sunday Reads: July 31
The Washington Post: Russia sending teachers to Ukraine to control what students there learn
The New York Times: Last conviction in Salem Witch Trials is cleared 329 years later
The New York Times: Interstate abortion travel is already straining parts of the system
The New York Times: As inventory piles up, liquidation warehouses are busy
The Washington Post: Prosecutors not pursuing unlawful entry case against Colbert team
The Washington Post: Massive youth sports complexes are latest front in war for visitors, dollars
The New York Times: Photos that helped to document the Holocaust were taken by a Nazi
The Wall Street Journal: How can big cities get us to live there (again)?
The Atlantic: Why did we buy what Victoria’s Secret was selling?
The Washington Post: How families can waste less food
The Virginian-Pilot: Rare book by Thomas Jefferson found in donation box at Virginia Beach library
The Washington Post: Chess-playing robot breaks finger of 7-year-old boy during match
The New York Times: Why is it so hard to adapt Jane Austen? Fans play a part.
The Washington Post: With NCAA silent on abortion bans, college sports face confusion
The Atlantic: Why Did We Buy What Victoria’s Secret Was Selling?
The New York Times: How students are recovering from the pandemic
The Washington Post: David Sinopoli killed Lindy Sue Biechler in Pa. cold case solved by DNA, police say
The New York Times: Prague gets a reset and the emphasis is local