(Image source: Rick Santorum / Twitter)

 

BY STEVEN SPARKMAN

ANCHOR MEGAN MURPHY

 

Here are your top headlines from Newsy.

 

Presidential hopeful Rick Santorum’s campaign announced his daughter, Bella, is out of the hospital and back home. Here’s Fox News.

 

“She suffers from a rare genetic condition. She was hospitalized on Friday. He cancelled two events today, and not campaigning yesterday as we know so that he could spend some time at home.”

 

Speculation over who has the winning Mega Millions ticket in Maryland ended this morning — but you don’t get to find out who it was. The state’s lottery director says three winners have come forward, but they’ve decided to stay anonymous. MSNBC has the announcement.

 

“All three winners … have worked together for many years in the public school system in the state of Maryland.”

 

The Miami Marlins have suspended manager Ozzie Guillen for five games over his controversial comments praising Fidel Castro. A CNN analyst says that’s an almost unforgivable sin in south Florida, and the Marlins knew they had to act.

 

“They had to do something punitive to Ozzie Guillen. … Now the question is going to be ‘Is this enough?’”

 

And in business news, Bloomberg reports Brian Dunn, the CEO of Best Buy, resigned Tuesday morning. This follows the company’s decision last month to restructure, shifting from big box stores to smaller stores.

 

“There were no disagreements between Mr. Dunn and the company on any matter related to the operations, but you know the stock has been struggling in the face of online retailers.”

 

Stay with Newsy for more multisource news throughout the day. For Newsy, I’m Megan Murphy highlighting the top headlines, making you smarter, faster.

Top News Headlines: Bella Santorum Released From Hospital

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Apr 10, 2012

Top News Headlines: Bella Santorum Released From Hospital

(Image source: Rick Santorum / Twitter)

 

BY STEVEN SPARKMAN

ANCHOR MEGAN MURPHY

 

Here are your top headlines from Newsy.

 

Presidential hopeful Rick Santorum’s campaign announced his daughter, Bella, is out of the hospital and back home. Here’s Fox News.

 

“She suffers from a rare genetic condition. She was hospitalized on Friday. He cancelled two events today, and not campaigning yesterday as we know so that he could spend some time at home.”

 

Speculation over who has the winning Mega Millions ticket in Maryland ended this morning — but you don’t get to find out who it was. The state’s lottery director says three winners have come forward, but they’ve decided to stay anonymous. MSNBC has the announcement.

 

“All three winners … have worked together for many years in the public school system in the state of Maryland.”

 

The Miami Marlins have suspended manager Ozzie Guillen for five games over his controversial comments praising Fidel Castro. A CNN analyst says that’s an almost unforgivable sin in south Florida, and the Marlins knew they had to act.

 

“They had to do something punitive to Ozzie Guillen. … Now the question is going to be ‘Is this enough?’”

 

And in business news, Bloomberg reports Brian Dunn, the CEO of Best Buy, resigned Tuesday morning. This follows the company’s decision last month to restructure, shifting from big box stores to smaller stores.

 

“There were no disagreements between Mr. Dunn and the company on any matter related to the operations, but you know the stock has been struggling in the face of online retailers.”

 

Stay with Newsy for more multisource news throughout the day. For Newsy, I’m Megan Murphy highlighting the top headlines, making you smarter, faster.

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