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Top Stories: Super Tuesday Primaries; Obama To Hold News Conference

Good morning - if it's Tuesday, somebody somewhere is voting.

-Super Tuesday: GOP Candidates In Tight Race For 437 Delegates.

-Iran Says It's Ready To Allow U.N. Nuclear Inspectors To Military Site.

-Obama To Hold News Conference Tuesday. (AP)

-Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell Suggests Use Of Force In Iran. (CBS News)

-Tribal Leaders Declare Semi-Autonomous Region In Oil-Rich Eastern Libya. (Winnipeg Free Press)

-Maryland's Gun-Carry Permit Law Ruled Unconstitutional By Federal Judge. (Baltimore Sun)

-After Election, Putin Faces Challenges To Legitimacy. (New York Times)

-NFL Networks pulls Monday re-broadcast of Vikings-Saints 2009 NFC Title Game, following revelations the Saints defensive coach paid cash to Saints players who deliberately injured players on other teams. (USA Today)

-Ohio nursing home meth lab fire kills 1. (AP)

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