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.

Remembering Dick Clark

Good morning. Robin is off today. Natasha Curry has the reins.

We're hearing reaction from across the country this morning to the passing of Dick Clark, an entertainment pioneer whose influence touched millions and crossed generations.
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Also:

The investigation into the Secret Service scandal is widening. Three agents are already out. And critics are clamoring.
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See the incredible video of a car that flew into a grocery store with such force it ended up in the middle of the store. Although no one was killed, 10 people are hurt.
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We have new, disturbing details this morning in the story of a nurse who killed a Texas woman and stole her new baby. Fortunately, the child survived this heartbreaking attack.
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How much does your mental outlook affect your health? Lots. We're looking at the impact on your risk of heart attack and stroke.
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Federal agents are going to have a little chat with Ted Nugent. The activist rocker's comments about President Obama were just this side of scorching. Nugent says he welcomes the scrutiny.
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Jeremy Lin and Tim Tebow made the list. So did 98 other people. It's Time magazine’s 100 most influential.
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The search for a missing Fort Bragg medic has taken a discouraging turn. A dive team is scouring a pond in Fayetteville, N.C.
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Also this morning...
Pat Summitt steps down
• a surprising development in the case of the JetBlue pilot who had to be restrained by his passengers
which new cars keep their value the longest? We’ve got the list
• President Obama and Mitt Romney are trading jabs
new turns in the Trayvon Martin case
• and finally, could yard work and house cleaning help protect you from Alzheimer's disease?

Those stories and more starting at 6amET/PT on HLN.

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