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Mar 30, 2014

VOA Video - March 30, 2014: Ukrainians Memorialize Protesters Killed in Kyiv

Ukrainians Memorialize Protesters Killed in Kyiv
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Thousands of Ukrainians have gathered in Kyiv's central square Sunday to honor the memory of protesters killed during February clashes with police. Authorities have yet to charge anyone for the deaths, but Ukraine's up-and-coming politicians say they will face justice. VOA's Daniel Schearf reports from Kyiv.

Al Jazeera English - March 30, 2014: Russia calls for federated Ukraine.




Russia calls for federated Ukraine
Al Jazeera English
Russia's foreign minister has said the solution to Ukraine's crisis should be a loose federation of regions that can choose their own economic model, language and religion.

Sergey Lavrov said he and US Secretary of State John Kerry discussed the possibility of a federated Ukrainian state at "very, very constructive" late-night talks in Paris on Sunday.

The US secretary of state emphasised that his country will help Ukraine assure the rights of national minorities and language rights, demobilise irregular forces and support constitutional reform and free and fair elections.

Al Jazeera's Nadim Baba reports from Paris.

VOA Video - March 30, 2014: Final US Congressional Approval Expected for Ukraine Aid.

Final US Congressional Approval Expected for Ukraine Aid

RT News Videos - March 30, 2014:Technology Update: Russian robots invasion, speaking gloves & firef...


Technology Update: Russian robots invasion, speaking gloves & firef...
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On this month's show, we turn up the heat with Moscow's firefighters as they put their latest gear to the test. An electronic glove may mean one less language barrier for us all. An unlikely material helps buildings survive the bumping and grinding of tectonic plates not to mention the trials of time. And despite the robot invasion, we still find the time to indulge in some of Moscow's more cultural pursuits

Trade with Precision (TWP) - March 30, 2014: Highlights of this week's Market Commentary videos from Nick McDonald:


from Trade With Precision - www.tradewithprecision.com


In this week's Currency market commentary, Nick shows how the US Dollar is showing extremely mixed signals versus major trading partners yet might have a short term opportunity to the upside in the week ahead if last week’s highs get broken.

In this week's Equity market commentary, Nick looks at the changing daily chart trend, now temporarily at odds with the weekly and monthly trends and discusses how economic data expected this week is likely to set the tone.

Remember to register for this week's live webinar below:
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NYT | Today's Top Headlines - March 30, 2014: Business: G.M. Recall Total in 2014 Reaches 4.8 Million.

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Today's Headlines

Sunday, March 30, 2014


Top News
A group of officials in the Cincinnati area recently participated in a 90-minute journey to a proposed early voting site as a protest over how long the trip took from one inner-city neighborhood.
New G.O.P. Bid to Limit Voting in Swing States

By STEVEN YACCINO and LIZETTE ALVAREZ

Already, nine states, under Republican control, have passed measures making it harder to vote since the beginning of 2013.
Masahiro Tanaka, shown in a multiple-exposure image during spring training, left Japan for a seven-year, $155 million deal.
A Passion to Pitch

By BARRY BEARAK

Pitcher Masahiro Tanaka, the Yankees' $155 million import from Japan, grew up in a nation where joining a baseball team was like entering a religious order.
. American League Outlook
. National League Outlook
. Milestones Arriving in 2014
Clockwise from top left: Summer Raffo, who died in the Washington State landslide; her brother, Dayn Brunner, with his son Riley, hosing off Friday after a search; Ms. Raffo's mud-encased car; and her recovered keys and glasses.
Found in Mud: Precious Links to Loved Ones

By JACK HEALY, KIRK JOHNSON and IAN LOVETT

After a disaster that has left so many missing, ordinary objects have become connections to loved ones.
For more top news, go to NYTimes.com »
Editors' Picks

MAGAZINE

Video VIDEO: The Kid's Table
Flynn McGarry wants to open the best restaurant in the world. So what if he's only 15?

OPINION | OP-ED CONTRIBUTOR

High Culture and Hard Labor

By ANDREW ROSS

Art and academic institutions must protect gulf workers' rights.

QUOTATION OF THE DAY

"It means a lot because it's a piece of the person. The person's gone."
JOHN REGELBRUGGE JR., whose son's body was found on Tuesday after the landslide in Oso, Wash.
Today's Video
Video VIDEO: Debate Over Palestinian Prisoner Release
Israel has released 78 Palestinian prisoners as part of a deal to restart peace talks. The prisoners are welcomed by many Palestinians as heroes, but many Israelis feel their release is an injustice.
Video VIDEO: Bill Cunningham | French Evolution
Is Paris still the center of fashion?
Video VIDEO: Vows: Leader of the Pack
Raising sled dogs together in Manhattan has taught Samantha Berkule and Scott Johnson to value the bond between them.
For more video, go to NYTimes.com/Video »
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World
Remaking a Life, After Years in an Israeli Prison

By JODI RUDOREN

Demonized as terrorists by Israelis and lionized as freedom fighters by Palestinians, prisoners like Muqdad Salah have become a flash point in the troubled peace talks.
. Video  Video: Debate Over Palestinian Prisoner Release
A crater from a car bomb scarred the road in November between Rafah and Arish in North Sinai, where Egypt's military-led government is battling militants.
Amid Egypt's Sweeping Crackdown, North Sinai Residents in Crossfire

By MAYY EL SHEIKH and DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK

Wreckage from assaults speaks to a crackdown so sweeping that even ardent supporters of the military say it risks spreading sympathy for the militants who are targeted.
As Diplomacy Steps Up, Ukraine Candidates Narrow

By NEIL MacFARQUHAR and ANDREW ROTH

Foreign Minister Sergey V. Lavrov of Russia, who will meet with Secretary of State John Kerry on Sunday, said the two sides were narrowing their differences.
For more world news, go to NYTimes.com/World »
U.S.
Emergency workers and others observed a moment of silence in Darrington, Wash., on Saturday, a week after a landslide in Oso killed more than a dozen people.
Death Toll Climbs to 18 a Week After Landslide

By IAN LOVETT

Officials in Oso, Wash., said on Saturday that 18 people had been confirmed dead and 30 others were still missing or unaccounted for.
A woman walked past a broken wall in Fullerton, Calif., on Saturday, a day after a magnitude 5.1 earthquake shook the area.
Aftershocks Follow an Earthquake Near Los Angeles

By DANIEL E. SLOTNIK

Seismic activity could continue for weeks, but an official said it should not be a cause for serious concern.
An onion field near Stratford in California's Central Valley. Nearly all farmworkers in the region are immigrants, and roughly half of them are working illegally.
California Farmers Short of Labor, and Patience

By JENNIFER MEDINA

Growers say inaction on immigration legislation is hurting productivity, and a powerful group that represents them says its members may withhold campaign contributions.
For more U.S. news, go to NYTimes.com/US »
Politics
Gov. Jan Brewer of Arizona is not seeking re-election, opening the way for a crowded field of candidates.
Nine in G.O.P. Vie to Succeed Arizona Governor, With Party Identity at Stake

By FERNANDA SANTOS

In the weeks since Gov. Jan Brewer announced that she would not run for re-election, the already crowded field of Republicans looking to replace her has grown noisy.
Gov. Chris Christie, on a comeback tour after the bridge scandal, spoke at the Republican Jewish Coalition meeting.
Seeking Political Revival, Christie Joins '16 Contenders at G.O.P. Forum

By MICHAEL BARBARO

Amid the bridge scandal in New Jersey, Gov. Chris Christie joined other G.O.P. presidential hopefuls at a meeting in Las Vegas and complained that the country is viewed as weaker since President Obama took office.
In a campaign run by Colorado HealthOP, a nonprofit, Lauren Farnsworth, left, and April Buell urged people to get insurance.

Q. AND A.

Repercussions and Reprieves at Health Insurance Enrollment Deadline

By ROBERT PEAR

After Monday, most people must have health coverage or face a penalty, and the confusion of the last six months appears likely to continue.
For more political news, go to NYTimes.com/Politics »
Business
G.M. Recall Total in 2014 Reaches 4.8 Million

By CHRISTOPHER JENSEN

The automaker announced that it was recalling about 490,000 trucks and 172,000 small cars in the seventh major recall it has issued this year.
Kevin Tsujihara, C.E.O. of Warner Bros., in a recording studio with a scene from
Warner's C.E.O. Is Bullish on the Big Screen

By BROOKS BARNES

In Hollywood's sea of bravado, Kevin Tsujihara, the quiet new chief executive of Warner Bros., may seem miscast. But he is already making bold bets to keep the studio on top.
The slag heap of the former Thorez coal mine in Walbrzych, Poland. Big industrial mines in the region closed down in the 1990s.
The Mines Have Shut Down. The Miners Haven't.

By DANNY HAKIM

Industrial coal mines of Lower Silesia, Poland, closed in the late 1990s, but the mining has continued in a more secret and dangerous form.
. Video  Video: Poland's Rathole Miners
For more business news, go to NYTimes.com/Business »
Technology
Prof. Daniel Nocera in his laboratory at Harvard. The artificial leaf he developed - mimicking the process of photosynthesis in plants - will require widespread use of fuel cells if it is to become an energy source for the mass market.

THE IDEA

The Artificial Leaf Is Here. Again.

By JACK HITT

An energy source based on photosynthesis still appears tantalizingly close. But consumers first need to become accustomed to what else is needed for it to work.
Characters from Candy Crush Saga, the game from King Digital, greeted the company's initial public offering at the New York Stock Exchange last week. The shares dropped 16 percent on their first day of trading.

STRATEGIES

In Some Ways, It's Looking Like 1999 in the Stock Market

By JEFF SOMMER

A surge in Internet and biotech stock values recalls an earlier bubble. But prices of other stocks seem more tethered to reality.
Tom Erickson, chief executive of Acquia, an open-source software company.

CORNER OFFICE

Tom Erickson of Acquia, on the Philosophy of 'Ready, Fire, Aim'

By ADAM BRYANT

The chief executive of an open-source software company says he wants to hire people "who are going to jump in and own their work, who are going to risk something, and risk failing."
. More Interviews on Leading and Managing
For more technology news, go to NYTimes.com/Technology »
Sports
Josh Gasser, right, and Frank Kaminsky celebrated after Wisconsin defeated Arizona, 64-63, in overtime on Saturday.

WISCONSIN 64, ARIZONA 63 (OT)

Final Shift in Momentum Puts Wisconsin in Final Four

By BILLY WITZ

The teams traded the lead several times in the later stages of the game, but Wisconsin prevailed when Arizona failed to make a shot as time ran out.
. Florida Tightens Defense to End Dayton's Run
The No. 1 Florida Gators celebrated after their Round of 8 victory over Dayton on Saturday.

FLORIDA 62, DAYTON 52

Florida Tightens Defense to End Dayton's Run and Reach Final Four

By RAY GLIER

Dayton, which defeated Ohio State, Syracuse and Stanford to reach the South Regional title game, was held to a season-low 52 points by top-seeded Florida.
Steve Masiello was denied a coaching job at South Florida after it was revealed he was not a college graduate. He could lose his job at Manhattan.

SPORTS OF THE TIMES

When Accountability Is Only a Word

By JULIET MACUR

It's difficult, if not impossible, to reconcile the words of Manhattan Coach Steve Masiello with his actions regarding a major discrepancy on his résumé.
For more sports news, go to NYTimes.com/Sports »
Arts