Bomb Attacks In India, Pakistan; Gadhafi Still On Run : The Two-Way The day's top stories include more violence in Pakistan, the ongoing search for ousted Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi and deadly murder sprees in Nevada and West Virginia.
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Bomb Attacks In India, Pakistan; Gadhafi Still On Run

Good morning.

The news we've already posted about today:

Reports: Obama To Propose $300 Billion Package Aimed At Boosting Jobs

Wildfires Still Raging In Texas, Arson Suspected In One, Two More Deaths

As for other stories making headlines, they include:

— "Briefcase Bomb At Delhi High Court Kills 12, Injures 62." (The Times of India)

— "Twin Suicide Bombs Kill 24 In Quetta," Pakistan. (Dawn.com)

— Gadhafi "Last Tracked In Southern Libya." (Al-Jazeera)

— "Gunman In [Tuesday's] Carson City IHOP Shooting Reloaded At Least Once." Four victims died, seven others were wounded. The suspect killed himself. (Reno Gazette Journal)

— In West Virginia, "Police Identify 5 Morgantown-Area Shooting Victims; Alleged Killer Left Facebook Messages." (The Charleston Gazette)

— "Yahoo Fires CEO Carol Bartz." (San Jose Mercury News)