Morning roundup

Top Stories: Texas Tornadoes; Romney's Wins; U.N. Team Heads To Syria

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

After Ferocious Texas Tornadoes, Two Incredibly Welcome Words: 'No Deaths'.

With Wisconsin Win, Romney Moves From 'Likely' To 'Almost Certain'.

Baylor Women Are Perfectly Great; Finish Season 40-0, Win NCAA Title.

Olbermann: 'I Screwed Up,' But Current TV Had Problems.

Former Colorado Sheriff Pleads Guilty In Meth-For-Sex Case.

VIDEO: Pepper Spray Used At Another California Student Protest.

Other top stories:

— Oakland Shooting Suspect Had " 'Anger Management' Issues, Police Say." (Los Angeles Times)

— Suicide Bomb Kills 10 In Northern Afghanistan. (BBC News)

— U.N. Team Heading For Syria To Discuss Deploying Peace Keepers. (The Guardian)

— McCain Says It's Time For Santorum To Make A "Graceful Exit" From GOP Presidential Race. (USA Today's On Politics blog)

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