Morning roundup

Top Stories: Syria Accepts Peace Plan; Supreme Court Health Care Arguments

Good morning, here are some of the early stories we're following:

Syria Has Accepted Peace Plan, Annan's Spokesman Says.

Today At The Supreme Court: 'The Heart Of Health Care Arguments'.

Al-Jazeera Receives Footage From French Killer Of Attacks On Soldiers And Jewish School. (CNN)

Magnitude 6.4 Quake Shakes Tokyo, No Injuries Reported. (Kyodo News)

Pope Benedict Calls For 'Reconciliation' On His Visit To Cuba. (Miami Herald)

NCAA Women's Basketball: Baylor And Stanford Reach The Final Four. (AP)

Crews Fight 3,000-acre Fire In Jefferson County, Colorado; 1 Fatality (Denver Post)

British Student Jailed For Tweeting Racist Comments About Stricken African Soccer Player. (ESPN)

Testimony Begins In Philadelphia Trial Of Catholic Priests Over Handling Of Child Sex Abuse Complaints. (Philadelphia Inquirer)

Thousands Line Streets To Mourn Dead King In Tonga. (AP)



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