Sunday Reads: April 2
Here’s to a good week Great Falls.
The Economist: Can America and China avoid another diplomatic crisis?
The Washington Post: U.S. city centers undergo influx of White residents and gentrification
Seattle Times: Amazon consultant admits to bribery scheme to aid merchants
The Economist: America risks propping up zombie banks
NPR: Fox hosts’ statements about Dominion were false, judge rules
The Economist: The Kremlin escalates its war on truth
The Atlantic: Telehealth has met the reality of medical billing
The Economist: Seven books you are forbidden from reading
L.A. Times: The California newspaper that has no reporters left
NPR: Florida aquarium plans to return Lolita the orca after 50 years in captivity
The New York Times: Republicans face setbacks in push to tighten voting laws on college campuses
CityLab: Honeybees are predictors of a city’s health, new research finds
The Washington Post: Missing cat Inky found after hiding in furniture that was returned
NPR: Ozempic’s weight loss side effect can make it harder to find for people with diabetes
The Virginian-Pilot: He auditioned for ‘Hamilton’ at least 20 times. Now, you can see the Hampton native shine on stage in Norfolk.
NPR: A principal is fired, invited to Italy after students are shown Michelangelo’s ‘David’
The New York Times: The case for sleeping with stuffed animals as an adult