Washington Post's top stories:
Divided on Egypt, Arab leaders vie for influence
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.
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:
Kensington Palace released two photos of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with their newborn son, Prince George. FULL STORY
And over at Fox:
- Consumer confusion about the October launch of ObamaCare is creating a feeding frenzy for scammers looking to swindle unsuspecting Americans.
- FOX NEWS FIRST: Obama Tries to Drop Second Term Jitters
- HOWARD KURTZ: Jack Germond Speaks Out on 'Crap' Journalism
- Filings Show Caroline Kennedy Could Be Worth Up to $500M
- Emails Reportedly Show White House Cooperation on Stuxnet Leak Book
Never before in my life have I seen clearer evidence of the problem with mainstream television (and their websites) news organizations.