Saturday, April 18, 2009

Today's front page stories

Today's newspaper front pages are dominated by news of the Obama administration declaring greenhouses gases a threat to public health and the president's call for a thaw in U.S./ Cuba relations.

But there's other news also.

Today Random Pixels inaugurates a new daily (hopefully) feature presenting a selection of front page stories from newspapers across the U.S.

  • Man gets 109 years for assaulting daughter -L.A. Times

  • Cuba and U.S. drawing closer -St. Petersburg Times

  • M. L. King's family charges the foundation building a monument to the civil rights leader about $800,000 for the use of his words and image -Atlanta Journal

  • New nurses struggle to find work -Boston Globe

  • Soldiers call for Army to drop berets -Stars and Stripes

  • Vermont legislature tackles teen "sexting" -Burlington (VT.) Free Press

  • Abandoned pets overwhelm Detroit shelters -Detroit News

  • Criminals could get help for gambling, not prison time
    -Las Vegas Sun

  • Cash-strapped people and businesses are using the Internet to link up -Raleigh News and Observer

  • Judge allows wife to harvest dead husband's sperm -N.Y. Daily News

  • Pit bulls maul man 2nd time -Billings (MT.) Gazette
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