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Mar 18

NIGHT OWL - TBRs News For Insomniacs.  Six Stories Delivered On The Overnight:  http://tinyurl.com/BukowskiReport-NO20110318

Featured Topics:

1. Japan Buys Billions Of Dollars To Restrain A Soaring Yen - European Banks Also Intervene.
2. Japan’s Catastrophes: Can Fragile Japan Endure This Hydra-Headed Disaster?
3. Oil Prices Rise As The United Nations Authorized Military Force Against Libya’s Moammar Gadhafi.
4. Acapulco: Body Of A 4-Year-Old Girl Found - The Fifth Child Killed In Drug-Related Violence.
5. Groupon Inc. Has Held Talks With Banks About A $25 billion Initial Public Offering.
6. Andrew Dice Clay: Charlie Sheen Is ‘The Biggest Loser In The World.’

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PM BRIEF - TBRs Look Around The World.  10 Stories Delivered Nightly: http://tinyurl.com/BukowskiReport-PM20110317

Tonight’s featured topics:

1. US: It Could Take Days And ‘Possibly Weeks’ To Get The Reactor Complex Under Control.
2. Contamination Has Not Spread Beyond The 19-mile Range Of Highest Concern Established By Japan.
3. The SEC Moves To Charge Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac Executives With Violations Related To The Financial Crisis
4. Celebratory Gunfire Rings Out In Benghazi After The UN Authorizes Air Strikes Against Libyan Forces.
5. Al Qaeda Operatives Attacked Soldiers At A Security Checkpoint In Eastern Yemen - 6 Dead.
6. House Passes A Bill To Block Federal Funding From Reaching NPR.
7. Prince William Offers His Condolences To Japan - Pays Tribute To Christchurch, NZ Quake Victims.
8. Australian Wildlife Officers Rescue 11 Pilot Whales From A Pod Of More Than 30 Beached At Bruny Island.
9. A New Translation Of The Bible Draws Criticism For Including More Gender-Neutral Language.
10. Larry King Says He Wouldn’t Invite Charlie Sheen On His Show If He Were Still Hosting.

Video - Rep. Wiener Rants About Defunding NPR.

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Mar 17

AM BRIEF - TBRs Morning Look At The World.  8 Stories Every Morning: http://tinyurl.com/BukowskiReport-AM20110317

Topics Featured This Morning:

1. Japanese Look To US For Help To Cool The Overheating Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Reactors.
2. Washington Offers American Military Families Flights Out Amid Nuclear Crisis.
3. China Urges Japan To Give The World Prompt And Accurate Information About Radiation Leaks.
4. Clinton Denies The US Paid $2.35M For Raymond Davis’ Release.
5. The EPA Proposes National Standard For Emissions Of Mercury And Other Pollutants From Coal-Burning Power Plants.
6. John Kerry: US Is Allowing An “Extraordinary Opportunity” To Slip Away In Libya.
7. Many House GOP Freshman Formed Their Political Notions During The Reagan Presidency.
8. An Irish Beer FAQ For St. Paddy’s Day.

And…Daily Political Cartoon

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ROOSTER - TBRs News For Early Risers.  Six Stories Delivered At 5:50 AM: http://tinyurl.com/BukowskiReport-RT20110317

Featured Topics:

1. Japanese Stocks Fall - Domestic Investors Say They Are Poised To Keep Selling.
2. Radioactivity From Japan Heading Toward North America.
3. Western Diplomats, Taliban Leaders And The Afghan Government Begin To Look To End Fighting.
4. Young Iraqi’s Begin To Find Their Voice With Protests.
5. When It Comes To Attacking The Other Side’s Basic Infrastructure, The GOP Is More Ruthless Than Democrats.
6. 15 Recipes For St. Paddy’s Day.

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NIGHT OWL - TBRs News For Insomniacs.  Six Stories Delivered On The Overnight: http://tinyurl.com/BukowskiReport-NO20110317

Featured Topics:

1. As Japanese Authorities Work To Avert Nuclear Disaster, Parts Of Tokyo Resembled A Ghost Town.
2. US Backs UN Resolution Allowing Countries Many Options For Aiding Libyan Rebels.
3. Team Of Reporters And Photographers From The New York Times Go Missing In Iraq.
4. South Korea Rejects North Korea’s Offer To Discuss Its Uranium Enrichment Program.
5. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas Declares A New Initiative To End The Division In Palestinian Ranks.
6. Charlie Sheen’s Live Shows In Detroit And Chicago Next Month A Quick Sellout.

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PM BRIEF - TBRs Look Around The World.  10 Stories Delivered Nightly: http://tinyurl.com/BukowskiReport-PM20110316

Tonight’s featured topics:

1. When The BIG ONE Hits California The State Will Be Devastated.
2. Of The Reactors In The US, Those Located In The East, Midwest, South Have The Highest Chance Of Damage.
3. The Seismic Impact Of Japan’s Earthquake And Tsunami Advanced The Flow Of An Enormous Antarctic Glacier By About 1.6 Feet.
4. A Third Man Files Lawsuit Charging That The Archdiocese Of Philadelphia Covered Up Sexual Assault Allegations.
5. Once-Popular Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Alvarez Recalled Over Tax Hikes And Pay Raises.
6. President Obama Calla On Gun Control And Gun Rights Advocates To Work Together.
7. Man Lured Children To His Home By Hosting Ice Cream-Eating Contests, Then Molested Them.
8. New Pepsi Bottle Made From Switch Grass, Pine Bark And Corn Husks - Not Petroleum.
9. Nathaniel D. Hale, aka Nate Dogg, Dead At 41.
10. Grant Hill To Jalen Rose: I’m No Uncle Tom.

Video: Quake Victim Dog Won’t Leave His Friend.

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Mar 16

AM BRIEF - TBRs Morning Look At The World.  8 Stories Every Morning: http://tinyurl.com/BukowskiReport-AM20110316

Topics Featured This Morning:

1. The Pattern Of Aftershocks Appears To Be Shifting South Toward Tokyo - Will That City Get Hit?
2. Japan’s Emperor Akihito: I Truly Hope The Victims Of The Disaster Never Give Up Hope.
3. 50 Workers Are Perhaps Japan’s Last Chance Of Preventing A Broader Nuclear Catastrophe.
4. A Deeply Divided House Of Representatives Agrees To Provide Enough Money To Keep The Government Open For Three More Weeks.
5. Bahraini Forces Uses Tanks And Helicopters To Drive Protesters From The Streets, Drawing Rare Criticism From U.S.
6. UK Prime Minister David Cameron Urges The UN To “Show Leadership” In Regard To A No-Fly Zone Over Libya.
7. In State Legislatures, Tea Partyers Take Democracy To Absurd Lengths.
8. President Barack Obama Picks Each Of The Four No. 1 Seeds To Advance To The Final Four.

And…Daily Political Cartoon

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ROOSTER - TBRs News For Early Risers.  Six Stories Delivered At 5:50 AM: http://tinyurl.com/BukowskiReport-RT20110316

Featured Topics:

1. A Containment Vessel In A Second Japanese Reactor Unit May Have Ruptured.
2. David Petraeus Says The Taliban’s Momentum Has Been Halted In Key Areas Of Afghanistan.
3. Extended Supply Disruption Caused By Japan’s Earthquake Is Driving For Key Technology Parts Higher.
4. Nikkei 225 Index Closes Up 489 Points.
5. THE Federal Open Market Committee Concludes Its March Meeting Without Any Big Surprises.
6. Chris Dodd, The New Chairman And chief Executive Officer Of The Motion Picture Association Of America.

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NIGHT OWL - TBRs News For Insomniacs.  Six Stories Delivered On The Overnight: http://tinyurl.com/BukowskiReport-NO20110316

Featured Topics:

1. Suppliers Of Iodine Pills Say They’re Out Of Stock Due To Panic Buying.
2. Moammar Gadhafi’s Forces Push Towards The Rebel Stronghold Of Benghazi.
3. UK And France Back No-Fly Zone - Is US In?
4. Wite Powdery Substance Found At The Kennedy Space Center Tests Positive For Cocaine.
5. Federal And Montana Law Enforcement Raid Medical Marijuana Operations.
6. After The Earthquake: Images Of Destruction.

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PM BRIEF - TBRs Look Around The World.  10 Stories Delivered Nightly: http://tinyurl.com/BukowskiReport-PM20110315

Tonight’s featured topics:

1. Alarm Is Building Among Americans In Japan Over Threat From Four Out-Of-Control Nuclear Reactors.
2. The Media Has Risen To The Challenge In Overstate The Severity Of The Nuclear Crisis In Japan.
3. Pakistani Court Formally Charges CIA Contractor Raymond Davis On Two Counts Of Murder.
4. Wisconsin Citizens Launch A Boycott Campaign Aimed At Scott Walker’s Campaign Contributors.
5. House Approves A Measure To Halt EPA’s Program To Regulate Greenhouse Gas Emissions.
6. American Debt Is Abruptly Getting Expensive In The Aftermath Of The Earthquake In Japan.
7. GOP To Sell TV Rights To Presidential Primary Debates?
8. You Can Worry About The Debt And Still Believe In A Compassionate Role For Government.
9. Malaysia To Release Bibles That Use The Word ‘Allah’ In Reference To God.
10. Networks Are Using Subtitles To Help Viewers Find Their Way Amid The Plot Twists.

Video: Japanese Student Uses YouTube To Find Family Alive.

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