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Top Stories: Santorum Supports Romney; Clinton Discusses Chinese Activist

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

Santorum Endorses Romney.

Clinton Hopes To Soon Welcome Chinese Activist Chen To The U.S.

Today's Primary Election In Indiana Could End Sen. Richard Lugar's Career.

Wisconsin's Primary Voters Will Pick A Democrat To Face Gov. Walker In Recall Election. (Christian Science Monitor)

North Carolina Voters Likely To Pass Ban On Same Sex Marriage. (News and Observer)

Israeli Opposition Party Joins Netanyahu Government, Elections Called Off. (AP)

Judge Orders South Africa To Investigate Zimbabwe For Human Rights Abuses. (AP)

Al Jazeera Closing China Bureau After Sole Correspondent's Credentials Are Not Renewed. (Al Jazeera)

Jury Finds Google Infringed On Oracle's Java Programming Copyright But Deadlocks On Whether It Was 'Fair Use'. (San Jose Mercury News)

NBA Playoffs: NY Knicks' Amar'e Stoudemire's Hand Injury Is Way Worse Than You Thought. (Yahoo Sports)

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