This is GREAT journalism, it is factual and current. I'm impressed with the story it was very well-written and in-depth. I learned a lot that I didn't know about my school meaning there was plenty of facts and quotes.
I think this topic is something that all Americans are concerned about greatly especially people who eat things imported from there especially sushi as it was seen on the news as a concern. However the story was insightful and factual on that account about comparing the low radiation freakout to a flight on an airplane.
The story is good and full of statistics however there's no validity to the stats. It however does state the Maryland law about not being able to pass when the lights are flashing and the stop arm is out. It's decent journalism.
It's really informative above the nuclear power plant situation. It gives different views too, it references to other countries that could be affected other than just Japan and how the U.S. is trying to help. It gave good description on the power plant and what is going on.
Although it is factual. I don't think it's good journalism just to have tons of pictures and no article to capture statistics and a covering of this huge crisis. Sometimes pictures are better than words but a caption doesn't full the void of words.
I think the story does show great specific examples of why illegal immigrants are a very serious issue affecting U.S citizens. I don't believe this is a good source of journalism. I feel like they didn't tie in Obama to Martha's Vineyeard. Illegal immigrants didn't seem to fit in.