Foreign ministers of Australia, India, Japan, and the United States say Russia's nuclear threats are "unacceptable." / NBC News

A cruise ship has become a shelter for more than a thousand Turkish earthquake survivors. / The Washington Post

Regarding the recent study that reignited a debate over wearing masks during a coronavirus pandemic: "There are no easy answers." / Undark

Studies find chronic loneliness significantly alters the brain in ways that only worsen the problem. / Quanta Magazine

See also: "About six months ago, I stopped drinking alcohol. I feel much better and I'm mad as hell about it." / Marc Andreessen Substack

Following Tennessee, several states—Idaho, Kentucky, North Dakota, Montana, Oklahoma and Utah—are considering bans on drag performances. / The Associated Press

Nearly every city in North America follows a rigid guide for mandatory parking space minimums. / Scope of Work

A small contemporary art museum in Maryland now has an endowment of $4.6 billion, roughly equivalent to that of the Metropolitan Museum. / The Art Newspaper

Monthly fees at Meta, Twitter, and Snapchat suggest "a new social media era serving those still posting." / Big Technology

The number of e-bikes sold worldwide grew from 3.7 million in 2019 to 9.7 million in 2021. / Low Tech Magazine

Related: In 2022, 4,734 Denver residents became new e-bike owners. / Ride Report

Lego adds new characters that include one with vitiligo, one with a missing limb, and one with anxiety. / dezeen

A new Japanese pillow enables a person to sleep while being threatened by an adorable red panda. / Spoon & Tamago