The Christian Science Monitor:

National News: 

Casinos vow to save gritty Massachusetts towns.But do they want saving?

New York Police to carry heroin antidote 

How much can police lie to suspects?

States expand access to overdose reversal drug

What’s branded heroin?

Russia says “nyet” to Chobani yogurt: trade politics?

Will Obama’s “promise zone” program really help the poor?

Trial date is “fair” for Boston Marathon bombing suspect, judge says 

Marathon bombing: Saudi victim sues Glenn Beck for defamation 

Superbowl: Why advertisers can’t pass up the pre-game show

Science Stories:

Why over 1,000 people are competing to go to Mars – and not go back

How the con-artist cuckoo finch begs of parenting

Milky Way may be brimming with Earth-sized, possibly habitable planets

Cambodia stories:

Some 300 Cambodian Nike workers fired after protests

Cambodian king pardons opposition leader ahead of elections

For full list of Christian Science Monitor stories, see staff page.

The Columbia Journalist

Opinion: Vice Tries To Make It Sexy To Visit a Conflict Zone (May 14th, 2013)

News Analysis: In Yemen, a Slow Transition (March 13th, 2013)

Mother-Son Owned Sex Shop Gets Kinky in the Garment District (May 3rd, 2013)

Bronx Auto Shop Doubles as Exotic Bird Store (November 27th, 2012)

For full staff page at DNAinfo, see here

The New York World

The Childcare Casino (November 14th, 2012)

Columbia News Service

Done with Degas? Try the Barbed Wire Museum (April 20th, 2013)

More Americans Belly Up to the Barre (April 2nd, 2013)

It’s a Small World, With Big Prices (March 4th, 2013)

No ‘Gangnam Style’ on This Dance Floor (February 18th, 2013)

The Cambodia Daily

Many Graduate, But Few are Ready, Employers Say

Fashion Coming to Cambodia By Hook or Crook?

Documentary a Window Into Rwanda’s Reconciliation Efforts

Norwood News 

Latino Muslims Search for Identity, Community, in the Bronx (December 3rd, 2012)

The Bridge News

After Violent Summer, Remembering a Victim (October 25th 2012)

After Marathon Cancellation, Runners Become Volunteers (November 3rd, 2012)

Small Daycares Struggle to Fill Rosters (October 30th, 2012)

Competition for a Ghanaian Restaurant (September 18th,2012)

In Coney Island, Residents Wonder What’s Next (November 15th, 2012)

Post-Sandy, Coney Island Tenants Approach Rent Due Date (November 22nd, 2010)

Halloween Muted at Evacuation Shelters (October 31st 2012)

At a Bronx Evacuation Shelter, More Uncertainty (November 14th, 2012)

For Homeless, Evacuation Shelters are a Refuge (November 1st, 2012)

The Times Union

Back to Egypt, God Willing

In China, Awaiting a New Day

Bans on Hugs Should be, Well, Banned

The Marriage Bureau:

Seven Weeks in Cambodia:


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