Hot off the Press: Bloomsday edition

San Francisco is shifting its civic recycling program into overdrive:

What lies beneath the waves just off the coast of Palos Verdes? The world's largest deposit of DDT, which the EPA wants to clean up:,0,1974319.story. This completely taints the view from the Korean Bell for me.

Mormon's are being hired as door-to-door salespeople: If you ask me, they just changed products.

The Obama administration is hacking away at cyber privacy in its own way:

Many lawmakers debating health care reform are heavily invested in the health industry:

Here's part one of a series of NYT op-ed pieces by Nickel and Dimed author Barbara Ehrenreich. It focuses on the affects of the recession on the working poor, which have been ignored in the corporate news:

A battle between county officials and Amish farm owners is being fought over sanitation and outhouses in rural Pennsylvania:

Stem rust could threaten the world's wheat crop as it spreads east from Africa:,0,2930855.story.

According to the DMR, air pollution is becoming an issue in Iowa:

"High school umpire tells entire crowd: You're out!":

Germany's "cash-for-clunkers" scheme has had an unintended affect:,0,5162394.story.

Nice little NYT essay in time for Bloomsday:

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