10 Things to know for Monday, March 11

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:

1. CARDINALS MEETING ON EVE OF CONCLAVE
  Taking all precautions, police deploy snipers and sniffer dogs around the Vatican. VATICAN-POPE

2. IN GANG RAPE CASE, A STARTLING TURN
  The chief suspect hangs himself in his cell, using his own clothes, police in New Delhi say. INDIA-GANG RAPE

 

3. KOREAN TENSIONS TICK UP
  South Korea and the U.S. begin their annual war games — as North Korea threatens the real thing. KOREAS TENSION

 

4. WHY HOME IS BECOMING A DISTANT MEMORY
  Two years after the Japanese tsunami, more than 300,000 people remain displaced. JAPAN TSUNAMI

 

5. THE HAZARDS OF REMOTE WARFARE
  The military is discovering that combat stress can be felt far from the front lines — by those, for example, who watch video feeds from surveillance drones. REMOTE WARFARE-STRESS

 

6. CHECKLIST FOR OBAMA’S TRIP TO ISRAEL
  The AP’s Steve Hurst says that one thing the president will try to do is convince Netanyahu that he’s serious about stopping Iran from building a nuclear weapon. OBAMA-ISRAEL-ANALYSIS

 

7. IN OHIO, ‘ALL I KNOW IS MY BABY IS GONE’
  One grieving father speaks after his son and five other teens are killed in the violent crash of a speeding SUV. OHIO CRASH-TEENS KILLED

 

8. HOW JEB BUSH SMACKS AWAY TALK OF 2016
  The ex-Florida governor tells NBC’s David Gregory that reporters are “crack addicts” for focusing on the next presidential race. JEB BUSH

 

9. WHAT A STUDY OF MUMMIES FOUND
  Even 4,000 years ago — long before fast food — people suffered from clogged arteries. MUMMIES HEART DISEASE

 

10. AFTER A TUNE-UP, TIGER IS HUMMING
  Woods wins at Doral by 2 strokes, readying for a run at the Masters. CADILLAC CHAMPIONSHIP

 


Copyright 2013 The Associated Press.

 



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