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Top Stories: Romney Gets Delegates For Nomination; War Criminal Gets 50 Years

Good morning! We're looking at these stories today:

For The Record, Basically, It's Romney.

Liberia's Charles Taylor Sentenced To 50 Years.

Britain's Highest Court Approves Extradition Of Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange To Sweden. ( AP)

John Edwards Corruption Trial Begins Eighth Day Of Deliberation, No Verdict In Sight. ( Politico)

National Weather Service Chief Steps Down Amid Investigation Of Improper Shifts Of Agency Money. ( Reuters)

Beryl Expected To Regain Tropical Storm Status, Push Over Carolinas Toward Atlantic Ocean. ( Bloomberg)

Woman Pulled Alive From Rubble Following Yesterday's Italian Earthquake, Second Of Two. ( Guardian)

Favorite Serena Williams Ousted In First Round Of French Open Tennis Tournament. ( ESPN)

NHL Stanley Cup Opens Tonight As New Jersey Devils Face Los Angeles Kings: Both Were Low Seeded Teams. ( TIME)

Experienced Snake-Handling Christian Minister Dies Of Snakebite. ( Washington Post)

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Korva Coleman is a newscaster for NPR.
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