Headlines edition

Monday headlines: Intent horizon

Ukrainian officials reject a Russian demand to abandon the besieged port city of Mariupol, where "death is everywhere." / The Associated Press

Zelenskiy: Russia's destruction of Mariupol is "a terror that will be remembered for centuries to come." / Reuters

The last journalists in Mariupol explain how they were able to escape. / The Associated Press

Philip Gourevitch: Genocide is not defined by the enormity of criminal acts, but the enormity of criminal intent. / The New Yorker

The German finance minister calls for a renewed attempt to secure a free trade agreement with the United States. / Deutsche Welle

Afghanistan's last finance minister, now an Uber driver in DC, struggles with everything that went wrong. / The Washington Post

Shell directors are being sued for failing to devise a strategy in line with the Paris Agreement. / Grist

New York City pays bounty hunters to document parked trucks that idle their engines for more than three minutes. / The New York Times

It's 70 degrees warmer than normal in eastern Antarctica. / PBS

An alpine lodge that straddles the continental divide in Canada is now too perilous to visit, due to climate change. / Inside Climate News

Malawi records the first case of wild polio in 30 years. / The Guardian

The Covid-19 vaccine market begins to get crowded just as demand starts to contract. / STAT

Companies want to advertise their products inside your dreams. / The Hustle

Drivers would be advised not to jump their Tesla over a hill in Los Angeles. / Twitter

The quarterfinals in the 2022 Tournament of Books, presented by Field Notes, begin today! / The Tournament of Books