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Syria surveillance and other headlines

Morning headlines: U.S. surveillance planes spotted over Syria, primaries or runoffs in 4 states today, coroner says handcuffed black youth shot himself.

U.S. surveillance planes fly over Syria. (AP)

Voters in Arizona, Florida, Oklahoma, Vermont head to the polls today. (AP)

Civil rights leaders push Obama for mandatory racial bias training. (The Hill)

Lawyers ask Ferguson mayor to grant amnesty for nonviolent warrants, fines. (Riverfront Times)

Handcuffed black youth shot himself to death, says coroner. (NBC News)

Journalists, ACLU file federal lawsuit over botched Oklahoma execution. (The Oklahoman)

House Republicans plan to spend up to $350,000 on Obama lawsuit. (Washington Post)

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