Morning roundup

Top Stories: GM Posts Record Profit; N.J. Set To Approve Gay Marriage

Good morning!

Our early headlines:

Thai Police Say Iranian Bomb Suspects Targeted Israeli Diplomats

The Economy: Housing Starts Up; Unemployment Claims Decline

U.N. Chief Says Syria May Be Committing 'Crimes Against Humanity'

Honduras Prison Fire: Most In Comayagua Jail Had Not Been Convicted

Other stories making headlines this morning:

— Panel Completes Details of Payroll Tax Cut Extension (The New York Times)

— GM posts record profit 2 years after bankruptcy (CNN)

— New Jersey expected to approve gay marriage; Christie vows veto (The Los Angeles Times)

— Joseph Kennedy III announces congressional campaign (The Boston Globe)

— Latest Drug Shortage Threatens Children With Leukemia (NPR)

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