Egypt: The future of the country becomes unclear once again as three of its leading presidential candidates are barred from the election. A total of 10 candidates were eliminated.
Taliban attacks Kabul: The coordinated attacks used suicide bombers and gunmen.
A statement by the Taliban called the attacks the start of their spring offensive, adding: “It is also a message to those foreign commanders who claim that the Taliban have lost their momentum. We have just showed that we are here and we can stage an attack whenever we want.”
Trial of Norway mass killer Anders Behring Breivik starts: It's the largest one in Norway since the aftermath of the Second World War.
Obama promises immigration reform early in second term: Calls Romney an "extremist" on immigration.
Geithner calls Romney "misleading": Saying it is "ridiculous" to blame Obama for high unemployment among women.
"It's misleading and ridiculous. It's just a political moment," Geithner told CBS's Bob Scheiffer on "Face the Nation," adding that the quality of debate over economic policy is "really terrible."
Five dead in Oklahoma twister: At least. Dozens of tornadoes hit Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska and Iowa overnight. More tornadoes unlikely.
Social networks: More and more, smaller and smaller.
Brangelina to tie the knot: "This is America's equivalent to Prince William and Kate Middleton," says The Hollywood Reporter, as you would expect them to.
And, 100 years since the Titanic tragedy.