Morning Round-Up 3-29-13 | The American Spectator | USA News and Politics
Morning Round-Up 3-29-13
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Domestic

Reuters

  1. White House to release budget plan April 10 (4/28)

Associated Press

  1. Drone Industry Worries About Privacy Backlash
  2. Obama To Pitch More Jobs In Public Works In Miami

New York Times

  1. Talk of Medicare Changes Could Open Way to Budget Pact

Washington Post

  1. New Obama rules will bring cleaner gasoline, cars (3/28)
  2. U.S. Army veteran charged with fighting in Syria with al-Qaeda affiliate (3/28) 

Washington Times

  1. Rep. Don Young: I’m sorry for calling Latino workers ‘wetbacks’

 

International

Reuters

  1. North Korea readies rockets after U.S. show of force
  2. Suicide bomber kills 10 in Pakistan

Associated Press

  1. China Jails Nobel Winner’s Relative
  2. Syrian Rebels Capture Key Town Near Jordan Border   

Wall Street Journal

  1. North Korea Warned
  2. Many U.S. Businesses in China Cite Data Theft

New York Times

  1. Taliban Spread Terror in Karachi as the New Gang in Town

Top Conservative Stories of the Day:

Breitbart

  1. A123 battery maker failed at taxpayer expense to become B456

The Daily Caller

  1. House Republicans ask why Saudi Arabia was added to trusted traveler program
  2. New gun laws could mean economic woes for booming gun industry

National Review

  1. Post-Iraq War Lessons for the GOP
  2. McConnell: A Hatch Not a Lugar  

Washington Free Beacon

  1. Hostile Takeover: Islamists enter military in Egypt

 

Top Liberal Stories of the Day:

Talking Points Memo

  1. Outreach!

The Daily Beast

  1. Christie’s Gays & Guns Problem: What New Jersey Wants, the GOP Rejects
  2. Palin’s SarahPAC Embarrassment: Consultants Are Cashing In

The Huffington Post

  1. Amazon Acquires Goodreads: World’s Biggest Online Retailer Acquires Beloved Book Sit

 

Miscellaneous

AP—‘Harry Potter’ Actor Richard Griffiths Dies at 65

Washington Post—Cuccinelli vs. McAuliffe: Virginia Governor’s race holds the eyes of the nation

Washington Post—Tibet taboo leads to cyberattacks

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