Morning roundup

Top Stories: North Korea; Venezuela; And Gun Control

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

Threats And Crises Are 'Just Normal North Korean Diplomacy'

Venezuela Says Recount Likely After Chavez Heir's Close Win

At Golf's Masters, A Nice Guy Finished First

Book News: Yoko Ono Is Writing A Book Of 'Instructional Poetry'

'Mila' Is First Grandchild For George W. And Laura Bush

Other stories making headlines:

— Manchin-Toomey Bill On Gun Background Checks "Inching Closer To 60 Votes In Senate." (The Hill)

— "On Immigration, Marco Rubio Is Everywhere." (Politico)

— "Dish Bids $25.5 Billion For Sprint To Challenge Softbank." (Bloomberg News)

— In Iraq, "Deadly Bombings Hit Nasariyah, Kirkuk And Baghdad." (BBC News)

— FAA Orders Inspection Of Boeing 737s." (Reuters)

— It's Tax Day; "Tips For Procrastinators, And You Know Who You Are." (NPR)

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