The network newscasts do not assign correspondents to all of the news of the day. If Tyndall Report readers come across videostreamed reports online of stories that were mentioned only in passing, post the link in comments for us to check out.
Today's examples: Cuban economic reforms continue, with the sale of cellular telephones legalized, albeit very expensive ones…Iraq is estimated to have 3m internally displaced war refugees…the average price of gasoline has started to rise once more, now $3.37 per gallon…drinking alcohol is a risk factor for breast cancer among post-menopausal women…the fertility rate among twentysomething women has declined in this country since 1990…the Institute of Medicine is warning of a shortage of physicians trained in geriatric medicine…geologists claim a 99% certainty that a major earthquake will strike California by 2038…Beijing Olympic Games preparations will include a halt to building construction and steel and chemical factory production to try to clear the air; millions of trees will be planted too.
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