Top Stories: Carnage In Oakland; Presidential Candidates Face 3 Primaries : The Two-Way Top stories: voters go to primary polls in Washington, D.C., Maryland and Wisconsin; the alleged shooter who killed at least seven people at a small California religious college turns himself in.
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Top Stories: Carnage In Oakland; Presidential Candidates Face 3 Primaries

If it's Tuesday, somebody somewhere is voting. It's primary election day in the District of Columbia, Maryland and Wisconsin. Here are some of the other top stories we're watching this morning:

Carnage In Oakland: 'People Started Running And He Started Shooting'.

Primary Primer: Wisconsin, Maryland And DC. (ABC)

U.S. Offers $10 Million For Pakistani Militant Chief. (AP)

U.N. Peacekeeping Advance Team Due In Syria Within 2 Days. (Reuters)

Myanmar President Praises Elections As 'Successful'. (AP)

Supreme Court OKs Strip Searches For Minor Offenses.

Kentucky Beats Kansas To Win NCAA Title. (CNN)

In Women's Title Game, Baylor Goes For History.

Battered Race Yacht With Injured Crew Limps Into California. (CNN)

1940 Census Searchers Overload U.S. Website. (Los Angeles Times)

Too Much Happiness Can Make You Unhappy, Studies Show. (Washington Post)