Morning Coffee Link Roundup (10/16/19)

Here goes Wednesday.

The combination of the wild news cycle and the fact that I was traveling last weekend means I have NO sense of what day it is, but sources inform me it’s Wednesday.

Of course: Pence refuses House request to provide documents related to Ukraine call (NBC News)

We had some of this yesterday, but there are more details here: Trump’s ex-Russia adviser told impeachment investigators of Giuliani’s efforts in Ukraine (WaPo)

Fraud Guarantee! FRAUD. GUARANTEE. Giuliani’s $500,000 payout from Fraud Guarantee reveals the hypocrisy of his attacks on Hunter Biden (Vox)

This is such important work: How Myanmar Covered Up Ethnic Cleansing (NYT)

Exclusive: Turf War Blocked CFPB From Helping Fix Student Loan Forgiveness Program (NPR)

NASA’s New Spacesuits Unveiled, for Trips to the Moon and Beyond (NYT)

Only the second woman! 3 Win Nobel Prize In Economics For Work In Reducing Poverty (NPR)

California Makes H.I.V.-Prevention Drugs Available Without a Prescription (NYT)

Ruth Abrams, Judge Who Broke a Glass Ceiling Installed in 1692, Dies at 88 (NYT)

Macron Has a Plan for Rural France: 1,000 Cafes (Slate)

And today’s longer reads…

This Is the Moment Rachel Maddow Has Been Waiting For (NYT)

Why selfie lines are crucial to Elizabeth Warren’s campaign (Vox)

This is a really good essay from author Malinda Lo: Important Books About Identity (Substack)

This is wild: An Equestrian Was Shot by Her Olympic Trainer, Then Pummeled Online (NYT)

The Daring Cold War Plan to Build A Tunnel Between East and West Berlin (CrimeReads)

xoxo, Kate

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