Justice Stevens reads the fine print
A Two-Year, 50-Million-Person Experiment in Changing How We Work -The New York Times
He wanted to build his son a house. He didn’t let an old tree and D.C. law stop him. -The Washington Post
In an Arctic Outpost, Friday Nights Are for Curling -The New York Times
Review: Why SoFi Stadium may have the best cheap seats in football. Hint: LAX is a clue -Los Angeles Times
Schools brokering NIL deals adds layer to college conundrum -ESPN
Nick Brown Smelled Bull -Pocket
I own a brewery where fans camp out overnight to snag a bottle of our famous IPA. Here's how we built up a huge community of customers. -Business Insider
Internet sleuths think they figured out the Washington Football Team's new name -NPR
In one small prairie town, two warring visions of America -The Associated Press
Breyer Retirement Could Lead to Court’s First Black Woman -Bloomberg
Out-of-control SpaceX rocket on collision course with moon -The Guardian
It’s a Terrible Idea to Deny Medical Care to Unvaccinated People -The Atlantic
Water supplies in Louisville, Superior almost ran dry as firefighters battled Marshall Fire flames
An article by the Defence Secretary on the situation in Ukraine
Enter the Nightmarish World of Joel Coen’s Macbeth -The Atlantic
T-Mobile begins blocking iPhone users from enabling iCloud Private Relay in the US [U]
My first impressions of web3
BMW debuts its new color-changing paint technology at CES: E Ink -The Verge
Spike in California virus cases hitting hospitals, schools -The Associated Press
Evidence for a mouse origin of the SARS-CoV-2 Omicron variant -National Institutes of Health
Denver Parking Meter Rates About to Double
How They Made It: The Deeply Real Deepfakes of ‘For All Mankind’ -The Ringer
College Football Playoff Warns Teams Could Forfeit Because of Virus -The New York Times
This anti-Covid pill changes everything. So why won’t it be available for all? -The Guardian
Company is the musical that made Sondheim’s reputation. A new production reimagines it. -Vox
To regrow forests the U.S. needs billions of seeds—and many more 'seed hunters' -National Geographic
Missouri health department found mask mandates work, but didn’t make findings public
He’s been building a castle in the Colorado mountains for over 50 years. So what happens next? -The Denver Post
New Bond Can’t Take On Beijing’s Supervillains -Foreign Policy
A Chinese student in Canada had two followers on Twitter. He still didn’t escape Beijing’s threats over online activity -Toronto Star