Required Reading: April 25, 2006

Tuesday, April 25, 2006 - 10:37 AM

In which: CIA officer says she wasn’t the reason Dana Priest got a Pulitzer, Mayor Bloomberg thinks on-the-job web surfing is bad, a Harvard undergrad novelist says she didn’t mean to copy from another book, and 141 Gitmo detainees are freed.

Dismissed CIA Officer Denies Leak Role (Wash Post)

Web and work don't mix, Mike sniffs (Daily News)

Harvard Novelist Says Copying Was Unintentional (NY Times)

U.S. to Free 141 Terror Suspects (LA Times)

Bomb targets Sri Lanka army chief (BBC)

30 Are Killed in Sinai as Bombs Rock Egyptian Resort City (NY Times)


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