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The Daily Roundup

12 May

Too much stuff going on not to write.

A big shift is happening in British politics as conservative David Cameron and liberal democrat Nick Clegg have become prime minister and deputy prime minister, respectively. The Guardian examines.

Arizona banned ethnic studies. Yeah.

CNN has an ascot problem.

Facebook is conducting an all-company meeting Thursday to talk about privacy. Facebook has taken quite a beating lately for its privacy policy.

Some are saying that a picture of Supreme Court nominee playing softball that was on the front page of Tuesday’s Wall Street Journal implies she’s a lesbian.

The Columbia Journalism Review takes a look.

Seven kindergartners were hacked to death in China.

A single boy survived a jet crash in Libya.

I’m so ready for finals to be over. Hopefully I will be updating more over the summer.

And that’s the Daily Roundup. Have a great evening.


The Earthquake in China

13 Apr

A late-breaking story out of China this evening: an earthquake has reportedly killed hundreds of people in rural China.

BBC coverage here.

Coverage from The Guardian here.

Associated Press coverage, via The New York Times, here.

Update: The New York Times now has its own story online here.

Twitter “earthquake” feed here.