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Monday, April 02, 2012

Five people dead in Oikos University shooting, suspect in custody, says report - Crimesider - CBS News

Five people dead in Oikos University shooting, suspect in custody, says report - Crimesider - CBS News:

Five people are dead and a suspect has been detained in a shooting attack at an Oakland Christian university, say sources for The Associated Press. Read the other "Popular Crime Stories" listed...

The Space Review: Review: Space Chronicles

The Space Review: Review: Space Chronicles:

One might expect Space Chronicles to be a tightly argued monograph explaining why 

there should be such a quantum leap in NASA’s budget. That’s not the case.

U.S. News - FBI questions people in Trayvon Martin case, begins 'parallel investigation'

U.S. News - FBI questions people in Trayvon Martin case, begins 'parallel investigation':

Dr. Michael Eric Dyson is right when he addressed Bill Cosby's thoughts on Black America and its responsibilities. It is not about what Black America is doing. Its about "Institutional" racism.

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Monday, April 2, 2012

Pace adds more 'shoulder buses' as gas prices climb | VIDEO
As Chicago-area drivers deal with soaring gas prices, some commuters are changing their habits and taking public transportation instead.

2 rescued from burning Bellwood home
Two people were rescued from a fire in Bellwood early Monday.
Semi strikes pickup, killing driver, flees | VIDEO
A truck driver is in custody suspected of running into a man on a Chicago expressway Monday morning and then leaving the scene.
Truck rollover spills cucumbers on Ind. highway
A rolled-over semi on I-65 south of U.S. 231 near Crown Point, Indiana caused some morning commute backups Monday.
Top 5 Most 'Green' Cities
Travel and Leisure magazine rated 35 metropolitan areas based on everything from cleanliness to public parks. How did Chicago rank?
Rahm's April Fools' resolution
"It's a new me." That's the proclamation from the latest press release from Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel's office.


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Siberia plane crash kills 31 At least 31 people are dead after a plane crash in Russia. But, amazingly, a dozen people survived the impact and were in critical condition.

Plane crash in Siberia kills 31 of 43 on board

1940 U.S. Census released In 1940, the average rent for urban areas was $30.83. Take a look back in time as the government releases records from the 1940 U.S. Census.

1940 census records released to public
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Monday's Daily Brief

Monday, April 2, 2012
A 'Pot Of Gold' To Undermine Syria's Bloody Crackdown
Geraldo To Trayvon's Parents: I Am Sorry
Goldman Sachs Sells Stake In Firm Tied To Under-Age Sex Trafficking Site
Visa Drops Firm After Breach Exposes Up To 1.5 Million Credit Card Numbers
Bill Clinton Sounds Off On 2012, 2016
Greta Van Susteren: Am I Wrong About This?
Yes, of course the president wants his signature health care law upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court, but I suspect that it would help him politically if the statute were to be struck down in its entirety.
Penn Jillette: Vissa D'arte Even on The Celebrity Apprentice
It was this week's episode of Celebrity Apprentice where Donald Trump and Clay Aiken understood that they didn't understand me, and feeling misunderstood by Donald Trump and Clay Aiken is it's own kind of joy. Passion and art can be more important than money.
Leo W. Gerard: A Populace Pink Slimed
Politicians insisted that identifying slimed beef is not necessary, or even wise, because the fabricated-sans-fat-smashed-meat-scraps-seasoned-with-ammonia mixture is more nutritious. They chose to champion not consumers but slime producers. The reason is obvious.
Simon Johnson: Volcker Rule Would Cause Irreparable Damage to the Muppets -- and Much More Broadly
If the Volcker Rule is implemented as planned, that would have a major negative effect on the bond yields paid by the Muppets and other leading providers of children's entertainment. No one else will ever trade these bonds to any significant degree.
Priyamvada Natarajan: How to Build a Science Superpower
The era of America's unchallenged world dominance as a scientific superpower is coming to an end. In an era of ever-increasing globalization, what it takes to become and remain a science superpower has fundamentally changed.

How Washington Enables Paul Ryan

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Note how many deficit hawks regularly trash President Obama for not endorsing the Simpson-Bowles commission, while they continue to praise House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan -- even though Ryan voted to kill the initiative when he was a member of the commission. Here again is the double-standard that benefits conservatives, proving that, contrary to establishment opinion, Obama was absolutely right not to embrace the Simpson-Bowles framework. If he had, a moderately conservative proposal would suddenly have defined the "left wing" of the debate, just because Obama endorsed it.

This is nuts. Yet mainstream journalism and mainstream moderates play right along. READ MORE

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The full list is said to contain 50 objectionable words and topics, which also include: "Halloween" (too pagan), "divorce" (upsetting to the child whose parents have split), "disease" (upsetting to the child whose Nana has taken ill), "home computers" (not everyone can afford such luxuries), "terrorism" (scary), "slavery" (bad), and "space aliens" (sorry, Superman). In its defense, New York issued a statement saying that other school systems also have banned words lists. It says Florida bans the word "hurricane" and California bans the word "weed" (insert stoner joke here). READ MORE

The Secretary of State seized on former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney's comment that Russia is America's "No. 1 geopolitical foe." She called the Republican presidential frontrunner's statement "dated" and suggested there were more pressing matters of concern in global affairs.

"I think it's somewhat dated to be looking backwards instead of being realistic about where we agree, where we don't agree [with Moscow]," Hillary Clinton told CNN Sunday.

"He just seems to be uninformed or stuck in a Cold War mentality," added Vice President Joe Biden. "It exposes how little the Governor knows about foreign policy." READ MORE

Police said Sunday that they are satisfied with their work to control the crowds that spilled onto the street after the University of Kentucky defeated crosstown rival Louisville, despite the images of rowdy revelers burning couches and a car that had been flipped over.

While authorities evaluate how the riot unfolded as they prepare for the possibility of further celebration ahead of Monday night's Final Four Championship game, they aren't anticipating big changes to their plans. READ MORE

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