"Bosnian Serb Gen. Ratko Mladic taunted Srebrenica survivors on Wednesday at the start of his trial for genocide, running his hand across his throat in a gesture of defiance to relatives of the worst massacre in Europe since World War II," Reuters writes from The Hague.
George Zimmerman had a broken nose, black eyes, cuts on the back of his head and a minor back injury the day after he shot and killed Florida teenager Trayvon Martin, according to medical records compiled by his doctor, ABC News reports.
Bill Wisth recently went to Chuck's Place outside Milwaukee, Wis., for the all-you-can-eat fish fry. But after he ate 12 pieces of fish, the restaurant said they were out of fish. Wisth, who cried false advertising, plans a weekly picket outside the restaurant.
Some other news. Yesterday was primary day in Nebraska and voters delivered a surprise. Both parties were choosing candidates for a Senate race.
DAVID GREENE, HOST:
And the Republican primary started with a pattern that has become familiar. The leading candidate was backed by traditional Republican leaders but was challenged by another candidate with Tea Party support and a lot of outside money.
INSKEEP: It became a fierce campaign, but here's where the pattern was broken. Neither contender won.
Morning Edition's Renee Montagne winds down her reporting from Kabul with a look at how the Afghan media landscape has changed in the decade since the fall of the Taliban. She sits down with Saad Mohseni, who has built a media empire over nearly 10 years.
A new international terminal opens today at the Atlanta Airport. Hartsfield-Jackson International is already the busiest airport in the world. And the new terminal reflects a big by the business capital of the South to become a bigger global player. Georgia wants to attract more international business. NPR's Kathy Lohr has the story.