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Top Stories: Illinois Primary Election; FBI To Investigate Florida Teen's Death

Good morning! If it's Tuesday, somebody somewhere is voting.

Illinois Voters To Weigh In On Races From White House To Courthouse. (Chicago Tribune)

Treyvon Martin Killing: Federal Officials Will Try To Calm Racial Tensions.

Dozens Killed By More Bombings In Iraq; 'Deadliest Day' In A Month.

'All My Dreams Are Buried Under A Pile Of Dust Now,' Says Grieving Afghan.

U.S. Commander In Afghanistan To Appear Before Wary Congress. (Washington Post)

Marmite Shortage Spurs 'Marmageddon' Fears In New Zealand. (New Zealand Herald)

Gunman May Have Filmed Killings At French School. (Newsday)

Flooding Feared After Storms Sock South-Central U.S. (AP)

Thousands Gather In Cairo For Funeral Of Egypt's Coptic Pope. (al-Arabiya)

Greek Lawmakers Set To Approve New International Bailout Deal, Protests Planned. (AP)

Rangers, Devils Start With Three Fights On Opening Faceoff. (CBSSports.com)

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