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Top Stories: New Details In Bomb Plot; Ind. Sen. Lugar Loses GOP Primary

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

Double Agent In Underwear Bomb Plot Produced Intelligence Coups.

Indiana Sen. Lugar Loses Primary To Tea Party Challenger, Ending 36-Year Career.

Milwaukee Mayor Wins Primary, Will Face Wisconsin Gov. In June Recall Election. (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)

Inmate Polls Well Against Obama In West Virginia Primary.

Chinese Dissident Unsure When He Can Leave China, Although U.S. Paperwork Ready For Visit. (VOA)

Nation's Gas Pipelines Under Sustained Cyberattack, Government Officials Say. (PCWorld)

Britain's Queen Elizabeth Opens Parliament Calling For Economic Change, Reform Of House Of Lords. (The Guardian)

South Sudan Alleges Sudan Resumes Bombing Campaign, Violating U.N. Resolution. (France 24)

Greek Coalition Government Talks Seen As Futile, Possibility Of New Elections Raised. (Reuters)

Enormous Sunspots Throw Off Solar Flares, Could Disrupt Some Electronic Activity On Earth. (Space.com)

TSA Finds Gun Parts Hidden In Child's Luggage, Authorities Suspect Custody Battle Involved. (WCVB)

Autopsy Reveals Ultramarathoner Died Of Heart Disease. (AP)

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