4-15-2010 The Day in Review

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Stanford Graduate School of Business
Stanford has the [best](http://www.usnews.com/articles/education/best-graduate-schools/2010/04/15/ivy-league-schools-dominate-americas-best-graduate-school-rankings.html) business school, third best school of medicine, and a host of other good rankings.

Stanford University School of Education-sponsored charter school denied an extension

Twitter will be in the Library of Congress. Apparently it’s closer to the 18th Century writing than you’d think.

A NY Times poll finds Tea Partiers conform to some stereotypes, but break others. They unfurled their Contract From America today.

Verizon guy is way richer than he should be.

Niraj Chokshi finds changes in our television watching habits.

Adam Sternbergh felt unsatisfied by Conan’s return.

Kyrgyzstan’s president left the country.

The Thai government is feeling the heat.

David Brooks and Gail Collins debate the future of the Republican Party.

John Dickerson thinks Sarah Palin is the right’s answer to Al Gore. Ouch.

Are Glenn Beck’s ratings down?

Jonathan Chait defends the public.

John Gray reviews more Margaret Thatcher books than you can shake a stick at.

FEATURED ARTICLE:

Sometimes the title speaks for itself, other times it’s “My Brother Was in a Chinese Boy Band.”

ON THIS DAY:

Chinese citizens begin protesting in Tiananmen Square.

Leonardo da Vinci was born in 1542.

In 1865, President Abraham Lincoln died a day after being shot in Ford’s Theater.

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