Sunday Reads: Dec. 11
The New York Times: A rural hospital’s excruciating choice: $3.2 million a year or inpatient care?
The Washington Post: Schools turn to telehealth as student mental health crisis soars
The New York Times: Inside the fight to pay food delivery workers $23 an hour
The Washington Post: The crisis of student mental health is much vaster than we realize
The New York Times: Bill to protect same-sex marriage rights clears Congress
The Washington Post: Lockerbie bombing suspect in U.S. custody, Scottish authorities say
The Economist: How to invigorate Britain’s second-tier cities
The Washington Post: U2 celebrates Kennedy Center Honors after nearly 50 years
The New York Times: Yes, Madeline, you can have a unicorn, L.A. county tells girl
The New York Times: Day 11: Why do we drink these holiday cocktails every year?
The Washington Post: Amy Grant conquered Christian music. That was just her first act.
The New York Times: Man exonerated in 1990 subway killing of tourist to get $18 million
The New York Times: South Africa’s president is unlikely to face impeachment
The Washington Post: IOC delays decision on 2030 Winter Games host, citing climate concerns
The Washington Post: Great minds think alike: twins beat school’s cheating claim, win $1.5 million
The New York Times: TikTok influencer is fined after hitting a golf ball into the Grand Canyon
The Washington Post: The voices left out of Elon Musk’s free-speech agenda [opinion]