March 28th, 2008
06:04 PM ET

Afternoon Buzz

A curfew isn't stopping militas from firing bombs and rockets into Baghdad's Green Zone.  There are more calls for Sen. Clinton to drop out of the race for the White House.  She's battling on.  And, attention passengers: leave your nipple rings at home if you plan to fly.  Here's your Afternoon Buzz:

Top Stories
Baghdad on lockdown as bombs, rockets fly 
Baghdad was on virtual lockdown Friday as a tough new curfew ordered everyone off the streets of the Iraqi capital and five other cities until 5 p.m. Sunday.

Tiger attack victims sue zoo 
Two brothers who were attacked by an escaped tiger at the San Francisco Zoo have filed claims against the city alleging negligence and defamation.

Raw Politics
Should Clinton quit?
A pair of high-profile backers of Sen. Barack Obama have called on his rival, Sen. Hillary Clinton, to drop out of the race for the Democratic nomination for president.

Obama gets key endorsement, Clinton talks economy 
Sen. Barack Obama kicked off a bus tour Friday in Pennsylvania, gaining a key endorsement in that state ahead of its April 22 primary.

Ad casts McCain as strong, patriotic leader 
Sen. John McCain launched his first general election ad Friday.

Crime & Punishment
Suspect arrested in Virginia highway shootings 
Authorities arrested a suspect early Friday in a series of highway shootings after storming a farm and firing at a man who met them with a handgun, police said

Police: Teen admits to 12 killings 
A 16-year-old boy has admitted to the murders of 12 people in southern Brazil, according to a police investigator who described a chillingly calm confession.

What YOU will be TALKING about TONIGHT
Traveler told to remove nipple ring
The Transportation Security Administration said its officers at a Texas airport appear to have properly followed procedures when they...

Gray wolf: Still endangered?
The gray wolf was officially removed from the...

Police: Missing pastor found at strip club

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