Penguins Win Hockey Game; Apple Profits Soar; Obama Looks for Supreme Court Replacements: Today's Headlines

Suzanne Murray

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Obama clashes with gay rights hecklers in LA who think the repeal of Don't Ask, Don't Tell isn't happening fast enough. -- Yahoo! News

Apple profits jump 90% to $3.07 billion, or $3.33 a share. -- Biz Journals

Tea Partiers don't want Crash the Tea Party founder Jason Levin to lose his teaching job; they just want an apology. -- Fox News

Vice President Joe Biden will appear on The View Thursday to talk politics. -- The Huffington Post

President Obama is meeting with key senators today to discuss possible Supreme Court replacements for Justice John Paul Stevens. Three names on the list: Solicitor General Elena Kagan, federal appeals court judge Merrick Garland, and federal judge Diane Wood. -- USA Today

The Pittsburgh Penguins had an exciting win last night. The team is one victory shy of advancing to round two of the Stanley Cup playoffs. -- San Francisco Gate

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