NewsAboutToday.com – Launches New Series of Pages

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NewsAboutToday.com launches new content to include information about the 2012 presidential election candidates, the earthquake in Japan and the World Cup.

NewsAboutToday.com has recently launched a new series of pages dealing with various poignant issues recently featured in the news. One of these new pages discusses the 2012 presidential election. The democratic candidate will be the incumbent president, Barack Obama, but the republican side still needs to field a candidate of their own. At this early date, most of the republican candidates are still speculation, and the article on NewsAboutToday.com makes several comments to that effect. Several of the other new pages deal with the earthquake in Japan and the various related issues of that disaster, such as radiation, or contamination of food, or the Tokyo Electric Power Company. For example, there has been criticism over how TEPCO handled the nuclear disaster, and speculation as to whether they should have done things differently, such as not using sea water to cool the reactors or using it sooner. Food contamination following the aftermath of the earthquake was also a potential issue. The article focusing on that subject highlights the various potential health hazards and the different organizations, such as the WHO, that are working to address the problem. Finally, the new series on NewsAboutToday.com discusses the FIFA World Cup, and the scandals that have been brewing over ticket sales.

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NewsAboutToday.com was launched in December of 2010, and seeks to provide a solid source of world news. In this day and age news is not difficult to obtain, but NewsAboutToday provides a unique viewpoint and insight into the events that transpire around the world. The site is designed and maintained by WebsiteBusiness.com.

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