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Baltimore cleans up and other headlines

Morning headlines: as National Guard troops arrive, residents of Baltimore clean up from yesterday's unrest; Supreme Court hears gay marriage case today.

Maryland Governor cancels events today to address Baltimore rioting. (Baltimore Sun)

Fmr. Gov. and possible presidential hopeful Martin O'Malley cuts short a trip abroad amid unrest in his state. (Washington Post)

More looting overnight. (Washington Post)

Ta-Nehisi Coates: nonviolence as compliance. (The Atlantic)

Why is the rising death toll in the Nepal earthquake still lower than predictions? (New York Times)

Supreme Court gay marriage case reunites hometown opponents. (USA Today)

5th Circuit to hear Texas voter ID appeal today. (Houston Chronicle)

Groups want review of Shell's Arctic regulatory filings. (AP)

Rand Paul calls Saddam Hussein's ouster a 'mistake' and Qaddafi's a 'disaster.' (New York Times)

What are you reading this morning? Let us know in the comments, please.