From the New York Times
By NICHOLAS CONFESSORE
The Securities and Exchange Commission may soon make publicly traded corporations disclose all of their political donations, and business groups are already preparing a counterattack.
By MICHIKO KAKUTANI
Once the search for the marathon bombing suspects focused on Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the brothers’ social media postings provided a rich vein of material to mine.
By MICHAEL COOPER, MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT and ERIC SCHMITT
Investigators’ early portrait of the two brothers accused in the marathon bombings suggests they were driven by extremist Islamic beliefs and may have learned to build bombs on the Web.Senators See Problems in Agencies’ Data Sharing
From the Washington Post
These are the top stories from two leading--inner ring or first tier--newspapers.
What do you notice about them?
Terrorism, Terrorism, Terrorism, criminal justice, guns ...
two stories about possible crimes committed by the powerful.
Now check CNN and Fox News and see if those stories are there as well.