USA TODAY -
WASHINGTON (AP) - The raucous Republican presidential contest rolls into the Deep South this week with a pair of suddenly pivotal and tight races in Alabama and Mississippi.
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New York Times -
PANJWAY, Afghanistan - At least 15 civilians were killed when a United States service member walked out from a military base in a rural district of southern Afghanistan and opened fire on three nearby houses, local villagers said Sunday.
Washington Post -
SEATTLE - A man accused in a courthouse attack in Washington state that left a sheriff's deputy with a gunshot wound and a judge stabbed has been arrested.
On the vast mobile internet battlefield, it ranks as a small, but significant, manoeuvre. Unlike its desktop forebear, Apple's iPhoto app for the new iPad does not use Google Maps.
By the CNN Wire Staff (CNN) -- After laying out plans aimed at halting the bloodshed in Syria, Kofi Annan, the special UN envoy to the country, will meet again with President Bashar al-Assad on Sunday in hopes of getting answers to his proposals.