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February 27th, 2008
06:50 AM ET

Morning Buzz

Morning!!! The Morning Buzz is back!!! We may have witnessed the LAST Clinton-Obama match up last night...check out all the reviews in Raw Politics. BUT despite all the democratic bickering, a new poll out shows that no matter who the democratic nominee is, John McCain has the edge... AND just a bizarre and sad story about a surgeon who was charged with hastening a man's death merely to harvest his organs..so we are Keeping HIM Honest. Plus..did Roger Clemens lie? Well, most fans think he did. SOOO grab your coffee and lets get this headline party started....

Top Stories
Power outage still a mystery...
Power was restored Tuesday for most of Florida after a failed switch and fire at an electrical substation outside Miami triggered widespread blackouts across the state.

Army plans to cut combat tour length...
Moving to relieve strain on troops, the Army plans to reduce the length of combat tours from 15 months to one year after the troop buildup in Iraq winds down this summer, top officials told Congress on Tuesday.

American aid worked is feared dead...
An American aid worker and her Afghan driver who were kidnapped in Afghanistan a month ago are feared dead, according to their aid group.

Earthquake in Great Britain?
An earthquake shook Britain early Wednesday, causing damage to buildings and leaving at least one person injured.

Raw Politics
Hillary & Obama clash...
Democrats Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama sparred with each other over negative campaigning, health care and free trade Tuesday, a week before key primaries in Texas and Ohio.

20th debate...
Everybody wanted to know which Hillary Rodham Clinton would show up to the Cleveland debate on Tuesday night. It turned out to be the Amy Poehler version.

New Polls gives McCain edge over dems...
As he emerges from a sometimes- bitter primary campaign, presumptive Republican presidential nominee John McCain poses a stiff challenge to either of his potential Democratic opponents in the general election, a new Los Angeles Times/Bloomberg poll has found.

Keeping Them Honest
Did a surgeon hasten a man's death to harvest his organs?
On a winter night in 2006, a disabled and brain damaged man named Ruben Navarro was wheeled into an operating room at a hospital here. By most accounts, Mr. Navarro, 25, was near death, and doctors hoped that he might sustain other lives by donating his kidneys and liver.

Fans think Roger Clemens lied...
According to a USA TODAY/Gallup poll, 57% of fans said they think Clemens was lying to the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform.

Inquest into Diana's death continues...
More than 10 years after the deaths of Britain's "people's princess" and her lover in a Paris car crash, the few who believe Princess Diana was deliberately killed continue to press their case in a coroner's inquest now in its fifth month.

Crime & Punishment
Father of slain girl files suit...
Attorneys for Mark Lunsford, whose 9-year-old daughter Jessica was abducted, raped and killed by a neighbor in 2005, announced Tuesday in Jacksonville, Florida, that their client is planning to sue the Citrus County sheriff for failing to search the neighbor's home.

Ac360 follow
Warren Jeffs back in court...
The polygamist sect leader Warren Jeffs was handed over to the authorities to face sex charges stemming from the arranged marriages of two teenage girls to older relatives. He has already been convicted in Utah in connection with one of those cases, involving a 14-year-old girl. Deputies from the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office took custody of Mr. Jeffs from Utah officials, a sheriff’s spokeswoman said.

What YOU will be talking about TODAY
Jackson ranch to be auctioned off...
Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch will be put up for sale at a public auction next month unless the pop star pays the more than $24 million he still owes on the property, according to a Tuesday court filing.

Python stalked and killed family dog...
A 16-foot python stalked a family dog for days before swallowing the pet whole in front of horrified children in the Australian tropics, animal experts said Wednesday.

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