Sunday Reads: Jan. 15
The Washington Post: A Chicago suburb promised Black residents reparations. Few have been paid.
The New York Times: USDA approves first vaccine for honeybees
The Washington Post: Childhood vaccination rates drop dangerously low
The New York Times: Animal sedative mixed with fentanyl brings fresh horror to U.S. drug zones
The Washington Post: More classified documents found at Biden’s home, White House says
The New York Times: Noma, rated the world’s best restaurant, is closing its doors
The New Yorker: What the Twitter files reveal about free speech and social media
The Washington Post: Russian missiles rain down on Ukraine cities; Britain to send battle tanks
The New York Times: As infrastructure money lands, the job dividends begin
The Christian Science Monitor: College while in high school: How dual credit is aiming for equity
Associated Press: Study: Two-thirds of glaciers on track to disappear by 2100
The Washington Post: Biden administration asks if book bans violate student civil rights
The Atlantic: The forever culture war
The New York Times: Yes, your job is important. But it’s not all-important.
Food and Environment Reporting Network: When it comes to salmon, has the Pacific reached its limit?
The Atlantic: Cities really can be both denser and greener
The Atlantic: I saw horrific things when I played in the NFL
The Washington Post: Bed Bath & Beyond is closing more stores. What is lost?
The Washington Post: Inflation peaking is great for us, terrible for grocery stores