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NAM original coverage, youth media stories and ethnic media articles on science and technology. For more information, contact Sandip Roy at sroy [at] newamericamedia [dot] org.

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FBI targets Muslims

Final Call, News Report, Charlene Muhammad, Apr 24, 2009

Demands for answers from the FBI regarding reports that it sent a paid informant into Muslim mosques have reached beyond a national coalition of Muslim organizations and civil liberties groups and into the U.S. Congress.

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Anatomy of a Silicon Valley Layoff

New America Media, News feature, Video, Raj Jayadev//Video: Angel Luna, Apr 15, 2009

In February, Spansion shed 3,000 employees globally, more than a third of its workforce in a self-described restructuring period. At 48, Doris Rodriguez, a mother of five and a grandmother of four, is one of them.

Digital TV Bypassing Skid Row

New America Media, News report, Leslie Casimir, Mar 16, 2009

The federal government may have delayed the massive digital television conversion to June 12, but thousands of poor residents say they may still be left in the dark.

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Media War Heats Up El Salvador's Presidential Election

New America Media, News analysis , Roberto Lovato, Mar 14, 2009

Once engaged in a guerilla war against the Salvadoran military, the FMLN is now fighting a war of words against big financial interests represented by the right wing ARENA party and powerful media outlets.

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Preps Juice Like the Pros

YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia, Commentary, Dennis Coles, Mar 13, 2009

The continuing saga of Major League Baseball doping has an affect on young athletes says 17-year-old high school baseball player Dennis Coles.

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U.S. Buddhists, Hindus Back Evolution, Says Study

India West, News Report, Ashfaque Swapan, Mar 13, 2009

When it comes to evolution, Hindus and Buddhists in the U.S., are the greatest believers among all religious groups.

Helicopters, Cover-ups and War Crimes

New America Media, News Analysis, Jeffrey Klein and Paolo Pontoniere; Photo D.B. King, Feb 20, 2009

President Obama should investigate officials involved in an $11 billion contract the Bush administration awarded an Italian company to build 28 presidential helicopters. The contract is believed to be a payoff for Italy's role in fabricating the "yellowcake" evidence that led to the invasion of Iraq.

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I Facebook, Therefore I Am

New America Media, News feature, Cristina Fernandez-Pereda, Feb 16, 2009

Peer pressure, curiosity, business contacts and a taste for cyber-celebrity may explain why so many people are living their lives through Facebook and other social networking sites.

Gen Y's Jobless Aren't Crying in Their Martinis, They're Networking Online

New America Media, News Report, Rupa Dev, Feb 05, 2009

Laid-off young people are using social media and online communities to connect and help each other as the economy crumbles around them.

Copwatch 2.0: Cell Phones Usher in New Era of Police Accountability

New America Media, Commentary, Raj Jayadev, Jan 06, 2009

From the eye of a cell phone, an outraged and shocked public witnessed the police shoot and kill 22-year-old Oscar Grant at a Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) station in Oakland, Calif.

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