Top Stories: Fewer U.S. Marines In Japan; Space Shuttle Headed For New York : The Two-Way Top stories include: the U.S. Marines will reduce their presence in Okinawa, Japan by about half; after weather delays, the space shuttle Enterprise will be flown to its new home in New York City.
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Top Stories: Fewer U.S. Marines In Japan; Space Shuttle Headed For New York

Good morning, here are some of the news items we're following:

Deal To Move Marines From Okinawa Will Cut Their Presence About In Half.

It's Your Turn, New York: Space Shuttle Fly-By Set For This Morning.

Loss Of Secret Service Agents Should Not Hinder Agency.

Almost One Year After Bin Laden's Death, Pakistan Deports His Family.

Explosions Hit Syrian Capital. (CNN)

NFL Draft: Quarterbacks Go In The First Two Picks.

Jury Hears Closing Arguments In NYC Subway Bomb Plot Trial. (VOA)

Zimmerman Attorney To Tell Judge Of Donated $200,000 In Trayvon Martin Case. (Miami Herald)

Experts: Mass Norway Killer Breivik Likely Not Insane. (AP)

Obama Announces 13 Medal Of Freedom Recipients. (USA Today)