Morning roundup

Top Stories: Trayvon Martin Death; Gingrich Campaign; Dodgers' Purchase

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

Reports: Police Pursued Manslaughter Charge In Trayvon Martin's Death.

Gingrich Slashes Staff, Pins Hopes On GOP Delegates Turning To Him.

JetBlue Freak Out: Passenger Had To Put Panicked Pilot 'In A Choke Hold'.

It's Day 3 For Health Care Cases At The Supreme Court.

Tibetan Exile Dies From Burns Suffered In Self-Immolation.

Other stories making news:

— "Magic Johnson-led Group Is Picked As Dodgers' Next Owner." (Los Angeles Times)

— Colorado Wildfires "Claim Elderly Couple, Torch 4,500 Acres." (The Denver Post)

— "Mega Millions Rockets To Record $476 Million." (Philadelphia Inquirer)

— "Durable Goods Orders Rebound In January." (The Associated Press)

— Women's Final Four In Basketball Are All No. 1 Seeds. (The Associated Press)

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