Thu March 29, 2012
The Two-Way

Top Stories: Developments In Trayvon Martin Case; Arab Leaders Discuss Syria

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

Trayvon Martin Death: Video Shows No Signs Of Zimmerman's Injuries.

Court Takes Health Care Case Behind Closed Doors. (AP)

Arab Leaders Gather For Meeting On Syria. (New York Times)

Colorado Governor Stops Prescribed Burns After Wildfire. (AP)

New Evidence In High-Profile Shaken Baby Case.

Man With Explosives Attempts To Board Plane In Philadelphia. (WPVI-TV)

MegaMillions Jackpot Rises To $500 Million; Drawing Friday. (AP)

And today on Morning Edition, remembrances of two notable artists who passed away yesterday.

Bluegrass Legend Earl Scruggs Has Died. NPR's Sami Yenigun listens to the musician's work.

Influential Poet Adrienne Rich Dies At 82. NPR's Laura Sydell looks back over the poet's life.

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