Ukrainian prosecutors use a chart to track war crimes, mapping hundreds of Russian soldiers all the way up to Vladimir Putin. / The Guardian

An argument against Israel's proposed judicial reform and an argument for it. / The Free Press 

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti is confirmed as US ambassador to India after a 600-day fight that roiled Washington.t / Wake Up to Politics

A tick-tock on the White House's weekend efforts to contain the fallout from Silicon Valley Bank's collapse. / Politico 

See also: Solving the secret of what appears to be an empty picture frame in the Oval Office. / YouTube

How many children develop long Covid? The discrepancies in experts' answers reflect the "ongoing challenge of defining and tracking a little-understood condition." / Undark

Warmth generated from a washing-machine-sized data center is being used to heat a British public swimming pool. / BBC News

The Biden administration threatens to ban TikTok unless the app's Chinese owners agree to sell their share. / CNN

Paris's Centre Pompidou agrees to open a new museum in Saudi Arabia. / Artforum

A brief letter to publications that want your email address to read free content: "Not reading is easier than reading—and way easier than logging in." / The Verge

A round-up of satirical headlines for stories about supposedly life-improving morning routines. / The New Yorker

See also: "Pedro Pascal's coffee order is a cry for help." / Sprudge

"If we had no faults, we would not derive so much pleasure from noting those of other people." Thirty-one maxims from the 17th century's François de La Rochefoucauld. / Rob Henderson's Newsletter