Morning roundup

Top Stories: Al-Qaida Still Here; Report Alleges Murdoch Unfit To Lead Company

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

After Bin Laden, Al-Qaida Still Present As Movement.

Rupert Murdoch 'Not A Fit Person' To Lead A Major Company, Report Charges.

In French Election, Candidates Chase Far Right Votes.

Occupy Wall Street Denies Link To May Day White Powder Bank Scare. (CBS/AP)

Most Chinese Unaware Of Chen Guangcheng Story.

New Facebook Status Lets You Share Whether You're An Organ Donor.

Ex-Aide's Wife: John Edwards Said Donations For Mistress' Expenses Were Legal. (CNN)

'Three Cups Of Tea' A Fraud? Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Against Greg Mortensen. (Christian Science Monitor)

Delta To Purchase Refinery Near Philadelphia; Airline Hopes To Cut Annual Jet Fuel Bill. (Detroit Free Press)

Knicks Stoudemire Apologizes; Postgame Tantrum Leaves All-Star With Lacerated Hand. (WFAN/AP)

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