The Accuser: Carolyn Bryant Donham has died at the age of 88. You may not recognize the name, but you will recognize the historic crime with which she’s associated. Donaham was “the White woman whose accusation led to the 1955 lynching of Black teen Emmett Till in Mississippi – and whose role in the brutal death was reconsidered by a grand jury as recently as last year.”

+ Son and Law: “Hey Dad. Thanks for setting aside time to meet with me, it means a lot to me … There are a lot of important issues passing through the legislature right now. For my own sake I’ve chosen to focus primarily on transgender rights, as that would significantly directly affect a number of my friends … I would like to make the argument that these bills are immoral, unjust, and frankly a violation of human rights.” Greg Gianforte’s son is one of many lobbying the Montana governor against trans bills. And, Dwyane Wade explains why he relocated his family from Florida to California.

+ Smoke Signal: “U.S. cigarette smoking dropped to another all-time low last year, with 1 in 9 adults saying they were current smokers.”

+ Shedding Some Light: “In each case, though, the slowed-down footage showed that the insects always tried to keep their backs aimed toward the light, a result the team confirmed by gluing little motion trackers on the insects.” NYT: Why Are Insects Drawn to Light? A Perennial Question Gets a New Answer.

+ Disney Spells: Ron DeSantis says Disney lawsuit a political stunt with no merit. (Weird. That’s exactly how I describe Ron DeSantis.)

+ We’re Gonna Need a Bigger Cruise: “The World is a residential cruise ship that has been sailing around the world for the last 20 years. About 10 to 12 of its condos go on sale annually, and cost between $2 million and $15 million.”