Saturday, April 15, 2006

Goood Morning to the Mainland!

The NYT Front Page:
Pentagon Memo Aims to Counter Rumsfeld Critics

A one-page memo offers a direct challenge to the criticisms made by retired generals about Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld.

Revival in Japan Brings Widening of Economic Gap
Revival in Japan Brings Widening of Economic Gap

There are increasing signs that Japan's growing economy is destroying one of the nation's most cherished accomplishments: egalitarianism.

Medicaid Hurdle for Immigrants May Hurt Others

Officials fear that a new law will prevent poor people who are unable to come up with citizenship documents from receiving Medicaid benefits.

In Iraqi Divide, Echoes of Bosnia for U.S. Troops
In Iraqi Divide, Echoes of Bosnia for U.S. Troops

As sectarian violence continues to destabilize Iraq, American forces are trying to keep the country from violently partitioning the way Bosnia did.

WaPo Front Page:

Multi-Agency Proposal Awaits Bush's Approval
Plan is first attempt to detail how the government would detect and respond to an outbreak and continue functioning through a lengthy crisis.
By Design, Status Seekers and Tree-Huggers Don't Have to Commune
In largest building boom since 1950s, suburban developers are nixing plain subdivisions for socially-engineered communities that reflect particular sensibilities.
Archaeologists Decry History Buffs' Digs
Jeffrey D'Angelo had the most coveted discovery at a recent relic hunt in Virginia: a Confederate belt plate from Mississippi.

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