Morning headlines: Tuesday, April 26


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Today marks the 25th anniversary of the world’s worst nuclear accident at Chernobyl.

Mississippi governor Haley Barbour has decided to bow out of the 2012 race.

Game on, Ron Paul!

John Boehner refuses to assure vote on raising debt limit.

As situation in Syria continues to deteriorate, the U.S. urges Americans to leave.

The firm hired to defend the Defense of Marriage Act calls it quits.

High gas prices cut into Obama’s approval rating.

Another air traffic controller fired for sleeping on the job.

WikiLeaks: Guantánamo Bay terrorists radicalized in London to attack Western targets

Morning headlines: Tuesday, April 26