Saturday’s news links – 23 July 2022

The New York Times, The Atlantic, More Keep Publishing Transphobia. Why? Teen Vogue

Landlords’ eviction gamble in Dallas County goes bust when pro bono lawyers show up Dallas News

Here’s Your New Bike Lane. Oh, Did You Want It to Go Somewhere? WSJ

Cities install miles of bike lanes. Connecting them into a sensible network proves harder. ‘It just sort of ends.’


Capitalism’s ‘Practicality’ While We Bake to Death Tony Norman, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

WHO says heatwave caused 1,700 deaths in Spain, Portugal RTE

Thousands of Puerto Ricans took to the streets of the capital San Juan against worsening of electricity services and rise in power rates on July 20. Photo: Bandera Roja/Facebook

Puerto Rico

Puerto Ricans demand cancellation of contract with Canadian-American energy company LUMA Peoples Dispatch


U.S. Attempts To Make China An Enemy Require A Lot Of Fantasy Moon of Alabama


What is behind the largest protests in Panama in years? Al Jazeera

U.S./NATO war

Press TV’s correspondent in Ukraine ‘placed on kill list’ PressTV

White House announces new $270m military package for Ukraine Al Jazeera

U.S. Considers Supplying Ukraine With Fighter Jets, White House Says WSJ

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