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Tuesday, January 28, 2014

What is in the top newspapers right now?

According to Pew Center, here are your top newspapers for 2013 (as in most read newspapers):

These are the top stories in those newspapers right now:

Wall Street Journal:

Suspect Emerges in Trading Hiccups

The business of filling stock orders has grown increasingly complex, a factor some on Wall Street link to trading glitches of recent years and one that is partly due to rules called Regulation NMS.
USA Today:
President Obama working Monday on the State of the Union speech.

 New York Times:

Backing Among Republicans for Legal Status for Immigrants

The House Republican leadership’s ideas for the nation’s immigration laws include a path to legal status — but not citizenship — for many of the 11 million adult immigrants who are in the country illegally.
LA Times:
 Pete Seeger dies at 94; balladeer was America's conscience
Hans Pennink / AP Photo
An advocate for peace and civil rights, Pete Seeger helped spark the folk music revival with his five-string banjo and songs calling for justice.

New York Daily News:

So, other than the last paper of the top five, there is nothing about crime and criminal justice, nothing trivial or fluffy. But then comes the New York Daily News, which must be owned by the same organization that runs NBC News, and its story on ... I am not sure.

Trivial, stupid, fluffy story it is.

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