The International Criminal Court issues an arrest warrant for Russian President Vladimir Putin for alleged war crimes. / The Associated Press

The Ukrainian government says 16,221 children have been forcibly taken to Russia. / BBC News

Another spot shaken by the Silicon Valley Bank collapse: construction of affordable housing in California. / Bloomberg

Scientists say the world is likely to see weather phenomena like Cyclone Freddy become more extreme due to the warming of the oceans. / Goats and Soda

Adam McCay: Climate change is happening much faster than anticipated, but we're still not treating it like an emergency. / Jacobin

Over the past 30 years, global production of seaweed has boomed more than sixfold. / Hakai Magazine

Unrelated: Fake abs—surgical six-packs—are very much a thing. / GQ

According to a recent survey, one in five electric vehicle drivers didn't charge during a visit to a public charging station last year, mainly due to outages. / Vox

Mobile carriers soon will be required to block text messages that come from "invalid, unallocated, or unused numbers." / Ars Technica

Steven Pinker: The AI doomerism discussions are totally unmoored from science. / Richard Hanania's Newsletter

Will GPT-4 and its successors become "copilots" for the human mind? "It makes mental models practical and actionable—instead of just aspirational." / Chain of Thought 

In George Eliot's fiction, the "marriage question" is a series of possibilities "that need to be tested and tinkered with in a perpetual cycle of renewal and self-healing." The Guardian

Unrelated to all of this: Kenji López-Alt just spent five months studying Chicago-style thin-crust pizza. / The New York Times