3-24-2010 The Day in Review

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Who doesn't love them some of the Bieber Man?
Stanford [tops](http://news.stanford.edu/thedish/?p=5973) the list of “Dream Schools” in a recent Princeton Review survey.

Six Stanford students or alums recognized for their achievements and promise as “New Americans.”

Pentagon: “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” enforcement will be relaxed.

Marijuana legalization will be coming to a California ballot near you.

Phi Beta Cons on Jane Shaw on higher education and its future.

Biden: Without Health Care Obama Would Be “Absolutely Done

Jacob Sullum on State Legislatures combating new national health care regulations.

Pakistan discusses U.S. Aid Pledge.

Is Google’s China exit a “deliberate plot?”

Justin Bieber’s manager arrested for failing to Tweet it up.

Director James Cameron rags on studios using 3D films.

Huh? Jesse James wanted “Bust Biker Chicks” instead of Sandra Bullock?

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