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Top Stories: Romney Gets Delegates For Nomination; War Criminal Gets 50 Years

Good morning! We're looking at these stories today:

For The Record, Basically, It's Romney.

Liberia's Charles Taylor Sentenced To 50 Years.

Britain's Highest Court Approves Extradition Of Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange To Sweden. (AP)

John Edwards Corruption Trial Begins Eighth Day Of Deliberation, No Verdict In Sight. (Politico)

National Weather Service Chief Steps Down Amid Investigation Of Improper Shifts Of Agency Money. (Reuters)

Beryl Expected To Regain Tropical Storm Status, Push Over Carolinas Toward Atlantic Ocean. (Bloomberg)

Woman Pulled Alive From Rubble Following Yesterday's Italian Earthquake, Second Of Two. (Guardian)

Favorite Serena Williams Ousted In First Round Of French Open Tennis Tournament. (ESPN)

NHL Stanley Cup Opens Tonight As New Jersey Devils Face Los Angeles Kings: Both Were Low Seeded Teams. (TIME)

Experienced Snake-Handling Christian Minister Dies Of Snakebite. (Washington Post)

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