Lunchtime Links: April 9, 2010

John Paul Stevens, 90, said today he will step down the Supreme Court when it ends its term this July, giving President Obama his second opportunity to nominate a justice to nation’s highest court.

Rep. Bart Stupak, the pro-life Democrat from Michigan who played a crucial role in getting health care reform legislation passed, announced today he will not run for re-election in November.

Rescuers in Montcoal, W.Va., were thwarted by perilous conditions today and will next deploy a camera into a chamber where they are holding out slim hopes surviving miners are located.

As many as 200 people were buried under tons of mud and feared dead on Thursday after a slum built atop a former landfill gave way in the latest deadly landslide to hit metro Rio de Janeiro.

Kate Gosselin will get a fresh start with a new show on TLC.

Tiger Woods had his best first round ever at The Masters on Thursday, but Fred Couples maintains his lead as the second round unfolds.

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