Morning roundup

Top Stories: Trayvon Martin Rally; Supreme Court Takes Up Health Care

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

Tens Of Thousands Expected Today At Florida Rally For Trayvon Martin .

The Arguments Begin: Supreme Court Takes Up Health Care Starting Today.

It's 'Unbelievable To Me,' Says Wife Of Army Sgt. Accused In Afghan Killings.

Is GOP Race At 'Tipping Point' Or Destined To Keep Going?

Tragedy In West Virginia: Child Is Ninth Victim Of House Fire.

Other stories in the news:

— China, U.S. Agree To Coordinate Reponse To 'Potential Provocation' If North Korea Launches Long-Range Rocket. (BBC News)

— "Obama To Medvedev: No Missile Deal Before Election." (The Wall Street Journal)

— "Cheney Operation Underscores Heart Transplant Issues." (Shots)

— Final Four Is Set: Kansas, Kentucky, Louisville and Ohio State. (Morning Edition)

— Tiger Woods Wins First PGA Tour Event Since 2009. (Golf.com)

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