Morning roundup

Top Stories: Shooting Suspect Moved From Afghanistan; Surging Gas Prices

Good morning! Here are some early headlines:

-Afghans Object, U.S. Officials Defend Decision To Move Massacre Suspect.

-China Removes Flamboyant Politician From Post.

-Surging Gas Prices Have Drivers Fuming.

-Jobless Claims Fell By 14,000 Last Week.

-Priest Defends Denying Communion To Lesbian Mourner.

- A Year Into Uprising, Syrian Protesters Say They Won't Give Up. (Washington Post)

-German Celeb Bunny Meets Untimely Demise. (AP)

-Former Illinois Governor Leaves Home For Colorado Prison. (Chicago Tribune)

-Some States Saw Spike In Foreclosures In February. (MSNBC)

-HBO Cancels "Luck" After Third Horse Death. (Los Angeles Times)

-Bill To Pass Armed, State Militia Passes Hurdle In Arizona Legislature. (Arizona Republic)

-Former tabloid reporter denies witness intimidation allegations in British phone hacking scandal. (The Guardian)

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