Earthquake in China; Arizona Passes Strict Immigration Law: Today's Headlines

Suzanne Murray

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Ex-teacher in Florida pleads guilty to having sex with two underage students. Stephanie Ragusa, 31, faces up to 10 years in prison. -- CNN

Kyrgyz president Kurmanbek Bakiyev offers to resign as long as his safety will be guaranteed. -- Al Jazeera

An earthquake in western China kills 400 people, and injures about 8,000. The 7.1 quake shook a province that is populated mostly by Tibetans. -- Los Angeles Times

Some conservatives, like Republican Senator Tom Coburn, are beginning to question whether Fox News is good for their movement. -- Newsweek

A New Jersey elementary school cancels a "cross-dressing fashion show" in which girls and boys were asked to wear period women's clothing to celebrate Women's History Month. -- Fox News

Arizona passes one of the strictest immigration laws in the country. The law makes it illegal to be in the United States without proper documentation. -- Wall Street Journal


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