Russia launches a new wave of attacks on Ukrainian cities, just one day ahead of Moscow's planned Victory Day celebrations. / CNBC

Ukrainian prosecutors have opened more than 80,000 war-crimes cases since the invasion. / The Economist

Nobody wants a Trump-Biden rematch in 2024, yet each man's "best hope of returning to the White House appears to lie with the other being nominated." / Wake Up to Politics

What it's like to spend a day watching political news on TikTok. "The algorithm is powerfully naïve." / Politico

Your weekly white paper: On the legal implications of digital reincarnations of deceased persons, aka, "ghostbots." / Computer Law & Security Review

Some notes on the trucking and production logistics said to be behind Taylor Swift's massive "Era" tour. / Twitter

What is a "jazz detective?" Someone who's made a career out of finding archival recordings. / NPR

A new typeface erases one word for every journalist imprisoned in 2022. / It's Nice That

Maya Bernstein-Schalet recalls the pandemic through all the dishes cooked. / Waxing & Waning

See also: A short story about six breakfasts, by Deesha Philyaw. / Short Reads

A selection of paintings and extremely detailed preparatory drawings by artist Nathan Walsh. / Booooooom 

A new book explores the work of more than 300 women photographers, many of whom were underrecognized during their lifetimes. / Colossal

See also: A video inquiry as to why so many hair and nail salons feature "Nagel women." / YouTube