Monday, June 21, 2004

Clinton prepares for book launch. Former US President Bill Clinton will hold a lavish Manhattan party on Monday to launch his autobiography at midnight. [BBC News | News Front Page | UK Edition]
12:08:45 AM    
 Sunday, June 20, 2004

Hey, America, you need a vacation. Congress should pass a law mandating paid time off. [Christian Science Monitor | All Stories]
11:20:11 PM    

A morals campaign in China. Wary of individualism, Beijing cracks down on discos, the Internet, and hair dye. [Christian Science Monitor | All Stories]
12:26:21 AM    

Fifteenth Anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Massacre. As the fifteenth anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre approaches, China cracks down on dissidents, journalists and internet users. [Top Headlines from World Press Review]
12:23:13 AM    

U.S. Elections 2004. The world's press is full of articles about the upcoming U.S. elections. will be providing daily updates, criticisms and comment from around the world. [Top Headlines from World Press Review]
12:21:58 AM    

Pentagon Seeks U.S. Spy Powers. The Department of Defense is asking for an exemption from the Privacy Act, which outlaws secret databases on Americans. Civil-rights activists are asking why the military wants to get into the domestic spying business. By Ryan Singel. [Wired News]
12:08:58 AM    
 Monday, June 14, 2004