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Tuesda headlines: Bands down

In less than a week, the news media is again reporting on a mass shooting. This time, the scene is in Colorado. / The New York Times, The Associated Press

"I've been a reporter in Colorado for 11 years (including four in college) and this is at least the fifth shooting I've covered where more than four people have been shot." / Twitter

Inside the scramble to bring Covid-19 vaccines to homebound Americans. / STAT

Post-immunization cases of infection, sometimes called "breakthroughs," are very rare and very expected. / The Atlantic

"It's like having a fleet of Ferraris... and right now, no one's got the owner's manual." Long-haul Covid meets NBA players. / True Hoop

See also: What we know and don't know about long Covid. / STAT 

The EU, UK, US, and Canada have penalized Chinese officials over Beijing's human rights abuses in Xinjiang. / Al Jazeera

When it comes to last summer's Black Lives Matter protests, only Baltimore's police department is credited with handling events relatively well. / The New York Times

Europe's handling of the vaccine rollout reveals signs of national characteristics. / The New York Times

Slowly, slowly, Portugal is beginning to acknowledge its (massive) role in the transatlantic slave trade. / Al Jazeera

Kenyan society often treats women's work as secondary, including breakthroughs achieved by computer scientists. / Vogue

Is it too early to call headline of the week? "An 89-Year-Old Sharpshooter Takes Aim at India's Patriarchy." / The New York Times

Over the course of 12 years, a total of 15 human feet have washed ashore on Vancouver Island. / National Geographic

A new study finds that summers in the Northern Hemisphere may last nearly six months by the year 2100. / NBC News

Related: Why people are locking themselves to pipeline equipment in Minnesota and not letting go. / Heated

The secret cost of Google's data centers: billions of gallons of water to cool servers. / TIME

When a truck ignores alerts that it's too tall to enter the Sydney Harbour Tunnel, an automated system projects a giant stop sign onto a curtain of water. / The Morning News

Maroon 5's Adam Levine takes heat for saying there "aren't any bands anymore." But he's not wrong. / Metafilter

The tale of an aspiring food influencer who's wanted by the FBI—for ties to the "Hollywood Con Queen" scam. / The Guardian

McMansion Hell Yearbook takes on 1979. "To be honest, I find it weirdly endearing." / McMansion Hell

Today in the Tournament of Books, presented by Field Notes®, this year's Reader Judge weighs in! / The Tournament of Books