Morning roundup

Top Stories: Clashes In Greece; Syrian Troops Attack Despite Peace Plan

Good morning - here are some of today's early headlines:

-In Greece, Retiree's Suicide Sparks Protests And Clashes With Police.

-Longtime GOP Sen. Lugar Faces Stiff Tea Party Fight.

-The Masters Begins: Will Tiger Win? Do You Want Him To?

-W.Va. Coal Mine Where Blast Killed 29 To Be Sealed. (AP)

-Spain's Borrowing Costs Soar. (Wall Street Journal)

-Syria: Troops Attack Damascus Suburbs Despite Peace Plan. (Telegraph)

-Sandusky Expected To Attend Pretrial Hearing At Pa. Courthouse For Child Sexual Abuse Case. (AP)

-Former Presidential Candidate George McGovern Hospitalized In Florida. (CNN)

-Google Takes Wraps Off Web-based Digital Glasses. (Reuters)

-One-Ton Feathered Dinosaur Found: Fluffy And Fierce. T.rex too, may have been downy soft. (National Geographic)

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