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Texas primaries and other headlines

Morning headlines: it's primary day in Texas, White House outs a CIA officer, California shooting suspect's gun purchases were legal.
In this April 11, 2014 photo, U.S. Rep. Ralph Hall mingles with fellow military veterans at a weekly \"Band of Brothers\" happy hour he attends nearly every...

California shooting suspect was allowed to buy guns legally despite emotional problems. (LA Times)

It's primary day in Texas--will the oldest man in Congress, 91-year-old Rep. Ralph Hall, lose his seat? (Dallas Morning News)

The White House mistakenly reveals the name of a covert CIA agent. (Washington Post)

New safety requirements set for the Keystone XL pipeline. (AP)

3 men are missing after a massive mudslide in Colorado. (Denver Post)

During a surprise visit to troops in Afghanistan, Pres. Obama pledges to end the war by year's end. (AP)

Ukraine's "chocolate tycoon" claims victory in the country's presidential election. (Slate)

U.S. trains African commandos to fight terrorism. (NY Times)

Nigeria claims it has located the missing girls. (NY Times)

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