Our early headlines:
— Most Victims Of Friday's Massacre In Syria Were Executed, U.N. Says.
— Good News: Beryl Weakened. Better News: It Drenched Parched Areas.
— Italy Rocked By Second Deadly Quake.
— How Do You Spell Precocious? 6-Year-Old Spelling Bee Contestant Would Know.
Other top stories:
— "Secret 'Kill List' Proves a Test of Obama's Will and Principles." (The New York Times)
— "Meet 'Flame,' The Massive Spy Malware Infiltrating Iran's Computers." (Wired's Threat Level blog)
— "Romney Ready To Claim GOP Nomination After Texas Primary Today." (The Associated Press)
— Jury In John Edwards Trial Starts Seventh Day Of Deliberations. (The Associated Press)
— Bob Dylan, Madeleine Albright, John Glenn To Each Receive Medal Of Freedom Today. (Minnesota Public Radio)
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