In Your Morning Newsfeed: Yang Is Guilty, Japan's Crisis Grows, Toews for MVP?, and The Situation's Awkward Comedy Debut



A jury found Marni Yang guilty of murdering Rhoni Reuter, who was pregnant with former Bears player Shaun Gayle's child. (Tribune)

The nuclear reactor problems in Japan are getting worse. Another explosion, surging radiation levels, and accusations of a cover up are the latest. (NY Times/Tribune/Guardian)

An emotional photo from Japan: First, a man is reunited with his dog.

After days of uncertainty, a Japanese student in California discovers her family is OK via YouTube. (CNN)

A porn star made infamous by partying with Charlie Sheen was hospitalized after a possible suicide attempt at a Chicago hotel. (Tribune/Gawker)

Without the slightest bit of irony, Rahm Emanuel says cops and firefighters must live in the city limits. (Sun-Times)

Can Jonathan Toews win the NHL's MVP honors? (PuckDaddy)

This dog costs $1.5 million. (Telegraph)

Behold, the Playgroup, the snootiest preschool in America. (NY Times)

Donald Trump got roasted on Comedy Central last night. Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino of Jersey Shore fame attempted a few zingers, and failed. Failed miserably. Crickets, people, crickets. (Gawker TV)

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