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Monday, August 19, 2013

Comparing the top stories from TV stations with newspapers! ...

I guess you can still find it in the newspapers....

Washington Post's top stories:

Divided on Egypt, Arab leaders vie for influence
Saudi Arabia is leading an effort by Persian Gulf monarchies to back the country’s new military leaders, putting the kingdom at odds with the United States.
The possibility of the former Egyptian dictator’s release injects a volatile new element into the political crisis.
New York Times' top stories:
Secret Memo to Chinese Party Warns Against Western Ideas

A document released to Communist Party cadres enumerated what it called subversive social currents, including Western-inspired notions of human rights, that must be fought.
Hosni Mubarak faces allegations of corruption and a retrial on charges of complicity in the murder of protesters.

While the authorities could find a way to keep former President Hosni Mubarak in detention and his release did not appear imminent, the development risked adding a volatile new element to Egypt’s crisis.   
Meanwhile, over at CNN:

Photos of Prince George released

Four-legged friends featured

Kensington Palace released two photos of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with their newborn son, Prince George. FULL STORY
And over at Fox:

ObamaCare Launch Triggers Scams

Never before in my life have I seen clearer evidence of the problem with mainstream television (and their websites) news organizations.

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