Earth Day Is 40; Obama Cracks Down on Wall Street: Today's Headlines

Suzanne Murray

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Environmentalists face many obstacles 40 years after the first Earth Day. Denis Hayes, one of the founders, talks about the movement and what he hopes will be its legacy. -- Sacramento Bee

Democratic leaders in Congress may try to pass contentious immigration reform legislation that could harm the prospects for a climate change bill. -- Reuters

The Pentagon is "very confident" that it could intercept an Iranian ballistic missile heading our way. Very is good. -- Fox News

Obama calls for reform on Wall Street. He'll travel to New York today to confront the financial industry and its "failure of responsibility." -- The New York Times

Good news for travelers: European flights are mostly back to normal today. -- Reuters

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