Morning Express with Robin Meade

A fast, personal, and smart blend of all the news you want in the morning. We call it "News in the Fast Lane." So buckle up.

Thursday Preview: George Zimmerman's New Attorney talks to Morning Express

Good morning. Robin is on assignment. Natasha Curry's got the reins.
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We're hearing this morning from Trayvon Martin's parents, after the man who killed their son was charged with second-degree murder, six weeks after the controversial shooting.

We'll also hear from George Zimmerman's brother, the special prosecutor and Zimmerman's new attorney. We're all over this case. Stay with us for updates throughout the morning and the rest of the day.
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Our Country Votes:
It didn't take long for the speculation to begin about who might land on Mitt Romney's list of potential vice-presidential candidates. Romney talks about it.
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Is North Korea on the verge of launching a rocket? It sure looks that way. We'll get you up to date.
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What just surfaced in the ongoing saga over Arkansas football coach Bobby Petrino's fall from grace? Records of thousands of phone calls and text messages between Petrino and the young staffer who was riding on the back of his motorcycle the day he crashed.
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The federal government is suing Apple and several publishing companies over an alleged price-fixing scheme that investigators say forced book prices to shoot up, virtually overnight. Jennifer Westhoven will explain.
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And there's no reunion in sight for Guns N' Roses. Axl Rose is not pulling any punches when he talks about his decision to stay away from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
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Get another look at the frantic moments after Whitney Houston's body was found in a Beverly Hills hotel. We've got the 911 call.
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Also... a new report slams campus police at the University of California-Davis for pepper-spraying student protesters... a woman and her grandfather at home in Florida were stunned by an enormous crash, it's not every day that a school bus lands in your bedroom... the worst appears to be over in Indonesia after yesterday's powerful earthquake, and it appears lessons were learned after the catastrophe eight years ago... and finally today: Charles Manson is 77. Guess how old he'll be before he gets another shot at a parole hearing?

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