Anywhere But Humboldt
Washington Post: As many as 4 million people have Web browser extensions that sell their every click
The Oregonian: Curaleaf says it will be ‘world’s largest cannabis company’ after $875 million deal
The Oregonian: Idaho high school drops mascot name that is disrespectful of Native Americans
Seattle Times: Man shouting ‘You die’ kills 33 at Japan anime studio arson
LA Times: MS-13 gang’s bloody reign of terror in San Fernando Valley leaves residents horrified
LA Times: Salmon study may foil Trump’s plan to boost water deliveries to Central Valley farms
LA Times: Cannabis, politics and a brawl give city of Commerce one bad high
The Guardian: IUCN red list reveals wildlife destruction from treetop to ocean floor
The Guardian: 'Stolen lands': dozens arrested as Hawaiians protest $1.4bn telescope
SF Chronicle: The fluffy toilet paper you are buying is helping kill Canada's ancient forest, study says
Politico: In Detroit, Tiny Homes Are More Than a Lifestyle Trend
Jalopnik: Low-Profile Tires Are Ruining Modern Cars
WNYC: Data Company Directly Powers Immigration Raids in Workplace
Washington Post: The percussive appeal of the woodpecker
Washington Post: Latin America’s war on obesity could be a model for U.S.
The Guardian: Birth of California condor chicks marks soaring comeback
The Guardian: Drug makers flooded US with billions of opioid pills as epidemic surged, data shows
SF Chronicle: Magnitude 4.3 earthquake widely felt around San Francisco Bay Area
Tuesday, July 16
San Jose Mercury: Video captures hundreds of dolphins — a ‘mega pod’ — stampeding alongside boat off California coast
San Jose Mercury: California pledges millions to battle enormous, destructive swamp rats in the Delta
Politico: Worth Reading: How Trump Broke the Immigration Courts
NY Times: ‘Toxic Stew’ Stirred Up by Disasters Poses Long-Term Danger, New Findings Show
Huffington Post: Historian says Trump Now Tied For ‘Most Racist President In American History’
Press Democrat: Santa Rosa considering plans for 7,000 new homes downtown
The Guardian: Do our pets ever really love us – or do they just stick around for the food?
Monday, July 15
Time: U.S. Suicide Rates Are the Highest They've Been Since World War II
Santa Cruz Sentinel: 800K gallons of oil has poured into a Southern California canyon from a Chevron operation
Sacramento Bee: CHP arrests 7, impounds 9 cars after broad-daylight sideshows across Sacramento over weekend
The New Yorker: A Racist in the White House
The New Yorker: Stitch ’n’ Bitch for the Trump Era: Tiny Pricks Project
The New Yorker: Kicked Off the Land: Why so many black families are losing their property.
NY Times: With ‘Molly of Denali,’ PBS Raises Its Bar for Inclusion
NY Times: Payments to farmers hurt by trade war, exceed income from tariffs
NY Times: Your Personal Information Can Be Sold for $10, and Data Brokers Don’t Care Who’s Buying It
Vox: I was a fast-food worker. Let me tell you about burnout.
NPR: Hawaii Protesters Block Access Road To Stop Construction Of Massive Telescope
Roll Call: House orders Pentagon to say if it weaponized ticks and released them
Huffington Post: The Green New Deal Picks Up Major Christian Endorsements
LA Times: Radiation in parts of the Marshall Islands is far higher than Chernobyl, study says
LA Times: Explosion in Murrieta neighborhood kills one, injures 15
LA Times: Yosemite to restore names to historic attractions under $12-million settlement
Sunday, July 14
Fast Company: What most Americans are looking for in a new home: solar panels
NBC San Diego: Local Business Owners Upset Over Increase of Shoplifters Due to Prop. 47
Vox: How are small farms surviving? Airbnb.
NY Times: Need Etiquette Tips for Cannabis? For Starters, Don’t Call It ‘Marijuana’ or ‘Weed’
NY Times: Move Over Therapy Dogs. Hello, Therapy Cows.
NY Times: Federal agencies have been captured by the very industries they should be regulating.
The Oregonian: One of Oregon’s biggest stocks of affordable housing — the mobile home — is in peril
Ars Technica: US gov’t growing a record 2-ton cannabis crop—but still won’t let others grow
The Atlantic: Elementary Education Has Gone Terribly Wrong