Lunchtime Links: March 29, 2010

A rush hour explosion at a packed Moscow subway station killed at least 37 people and raised concerns that Chechen separatists may be launching a new wave of attacks.

President Obama made an unannounced trip to Afghanistan to address troops and meet with Afghan president Hamid Karzai.

Barbara Bush will be released today or tomorrow from a Houston hospital after undergoing precautionary tests on Sunday.

Palm Sunday yesterday celebrated Jesus’ entrance into Jerusalem and ushered in the start of Holy Week. A wide variety of Christian denominations celebrate the holiday as a joyful occasion mindful of the solemnity to come on Good Friday. Palm Sunday falls on the sixth and final Sunday of Lent.

How to Train Your Dragon” was the box office winner over the weekend, bringing in $43.3 million during its first three days of release.

When it comes to getting behind the wheel of a race car, few things are going to throw Davey Hamilton for a loop. At 47, Hamilton is still racing behind 220-mile per hour machines against men half his age and is a sought after commodity in the racing world. But his story is much more than a driving career entering its twilight.

The Final Four is set, with Duke as the only surviving No.1 seed along with Michigan State, West Virginia and the Cinderella story of Butler going for a national championship in its hometown of Indianapolis.

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