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Primary day and other headlines

Morning headlines: It's primary day in Ohio, North Carolina and Indiana; Oregon's governor saves a woman's life; the trade secrets of a painful circus act.

There may not be a Keystone XL pipeline vote in the Senate this week after all. (Politico)

Tea Partiers in Ohio concentrate on downballot races. (WSJ)

A lesser-known race in North Carolina is attracting outside spending. (NY Times)

Navy systems administrator accused of leading a group of antigovernment hackers. (WSJ)

30 pro-Russian insurgents, 4 government troops killed near rebel-held eastern city in Ukraine. (AP)

U.S. recognizes Syrian opposition forces as 'foreign mission.' (Reuters)

Oregon's governor saves a woman's life with CPR. (KGW)

The closely guarded secrets of "hair hanging" circus performers. (AP)
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