Fri March 30, 2012
The Two-Way

Top Stories: Record Lottery Jackpot; Europe To Bail Out Euro

Good morning and happy Friday - here are some early headlines we're looking at:

Mega Millions Mania: What If You Win? Then What Do You Do?

Austria: Euro Bailout Fund Will Be $1.1 Trillion. (AP)

On The Run, Bin Laden Had 4 Children And 5 Houses, A Wife Says. (New York Times)

Reports: Rep. Ryan To Endorse Romney.

Policy On High-Risk Biological Research Tightened.

France Arrests 19 Suspected Islamist Militants In Raids. (BBC)

Japan Issues Order To Intercept Rocket Debris; North Korea to launch a rocket next month. (NHK)

Trayvon Martin Case: Spike Lee Apologizes For Retweeting Wrong Zimmerman Address. (CNN)

Man Packs Gun In Carry-On, Arrested; Philadelphia police detain him at airport a day after another passenger tried to board a plane carrying powerful fireworks. (Philadelphia Inquirer)

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