Morning roundup

Top Stories: Assange Appeals Extradition; A&M Suspends Band Camp

Good morning!

Our early headlines:

Russia Says U.N. Draft Resolution On Syria Has 'No Chance' Of Adoption

Pakistan Denies NATO Report Connecting It To Afghan Taliban

Tech World Buzzes With Word That Facebook's IPO Filing Is Imminent

After Mitt Romney's Decisive Victory, What Will Newt Gingrich Do?

Other stories making headlines today:

— "'Soul Train' creator Don Cornelius dead in apparent suicide" (The Los Angeles Times)

— "Florida A&M band suspends band camp, other clubs" (CNN)

— "Scientists close to entering Vostok, Antarctica's biggest subglacial lake" (The Washington Post)

— "Mitt Romney heads to Minnesota amid talk of Michele Bachmann endorsement" (The Boston Globe)

— "WikiLeaks Founder Appeals Extradition at Britain's Supreme Court (The New York Times)

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