Morning roundup

Top Stories: Trayvon Martin Killing; Standoff In France; Romney Win In Ill.

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

Trayvon Martin's Killer Had Been Accused Of Violence In The Past.

Suspect Surrounded In France, Claims Al-Qaida Ties.

It Was Inevitable: Romney's Win In Illinois Resurrects The I-Word.

'Time' Magazine Is Back With Its '140 Best Twitter Feeds'.

Other stories in the news:

— "Earthquake In Mexico: Powerful, Destructive But Not Deadly." (The Christian Science Monitor)

— "Former Mossad Chief: Israel Will Know Before Iran Begins Producing Nuclear Weapons." (Haaretz)

— "Supreme Court Faces An Unprecedented Healthcare Frenzy." (The Hill)

Related: "White House Preps For Court's Health Care Ruling." (Morning Edition)

— "Parts Of Eastern Oklahoma Under Flood Warning." (NewsOK)

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