Morning roundup Top Stories: Pope's Pledge To Protect Poor; Dueling Claims In Syria Facebook Twitter Google+ Email March 19, 20139:24 AM ET Mark Memmott Twitter Good morning. Our early headlines: — For Pope Francis, A Simple Mass And A Call To Protect The Poor — Accident During Live-Fire Exercise Kills At Least Seven Marines In Nevada — Dueling Claims In Syria After Unconfirmed Reports About Chemical Weapons — Housing Rebound Continues: Starts Rose 0.8 Percent In February — Cyprus Lawmakers Could Vote On Unpopular Bailout Plan — Book News: Honolulu, Chicago Campaign To Host Obama's Presidential Library — World Baseball Classic's All-Caribbean Showdown Is A Winner Either Way Other stories in the news: — Police Say Former University Of Central Florida Student "Was Planning Campus Attack." (WMFE) — On Trip To Mideast, Obama Hopes To "Ignite Stalled Peace Talks." (Morning Edition) — "Poll Tracks Dramatic Rise In Support For Gay Marriage." (ABC News) — It's Primary Day In South Carolina For Former Gov. Sanford And Stephen Colbert's Sister. (The State) Facebook Twitter Google+ Email Accident During Live-Fire Exercise Kills At Least Seven Marines In NevadaMarch 19, 2013 Former Student Planned To Stage Attack At Central Florida UniversityMarch 19, 2013 We no longer support commenting on NPR.org stories, but you can find us every day on Facebook, Twitter, email, and many other platforms. Learn more or contact us.