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Top Stories: Crisis Continues In Syria; Iran Claims It Could Strike Back

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

Report: Pentagon 'Beginning Review Of Syria Options.'

Santorum's Wins: Huge? Meaningless? In Between?

Egyptian Judge Says Foreign Groups Have Been Working There Illegally.

Among the day's other top stories:

— Iran Can Hit U.S. Forces Around The World, Diplomat Claims. (Reuters)

— Prop 8 Ruling Was "Landmark Day In Battle Over Gay-Marriage." (Los Angeles Times)

— "Chilling 911 Tapes" Reveal Social Worker's Pleas For Help Just Before Father Killed Himself And Sons. (The Seattle Times)

— "L.A. School Scandal: 2nd Teacher Charged, Fired By Board." (ABC News)



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