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Here are your top headlines from Newsy.

 

It is official. Rick Santorum is suspending his presidential campaign. He made the official announcement during a press conference this afternoon...

 

“We made a decision to get into this race at our kitchen table, against  . We will suspend our campaign effective today.”


The U.S. military has picked a date to try the alleged mastermind behind the 9/11 attacks. Fox News reports — the arraignment will take place on May 5.


“Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and the four other accused 9/11 plotters will face a military tribunal. … They all face the death penalty.”


A popular Chinese politician who was kicked out of the party last month is now under investigation by Chinese authorities. Bo Xilai is being suspected of unnamed “discipline violations,” but police are more specific about why they’re investigating his wife.


Xinhua News Agency reports Bo Xilai’s wife, Bogu Kailai is being investigated for the murder of British businessman Neil Heywood. Heywood was found dead November, and police ruled it a homicide. Heywood was reportedly a close friend of the couple.


A dreary Monday morning bus ride to school suddenly became anything but. 13-year-old Jeremy Wuitschick is credited with saving a bus full of kids after the driver passed out behind the wheel.


“The driver began showing signs that something was wrong -- he was coughing and shifting in his seat. Suddenly his eyes rolled back into his head and he fell over. At that point the bus hits a curb, bumping and finally slowing when Wuitschick pulls the keys from the ignition.”


How did 13 year old, Jeremy know his way around a steering wheel? He says he owes that one to Mom.

 

“She lets me back the car out of the driveway so I can give it car wash. Don’t tell my dad that!”

“Jeremy’s mom says, despite his heroics today, his driving privileges will not be expanded beyond the driveway.”

 

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

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Top News Headlines: Santorum Suspends Campaign

(Image Source: CBS News)

 

BY CARISSA LOETHEN

 

Here are your top headlines from Newsy.

 

It is official. Rick Santorum is suspending his presidential campaign. He made the official announcement during a press conference this afternoon...

 

“We made a decision to get into this race at our kitchen table, against  . We will suspend our campaign effective today.”


The U.S. military has picked a date to try the alleged mastermind behind the 9/11 attacks. Fox News reports — the arraignment will take place on May 5.


“Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and the four other accused 9/11 plotters will face a military tribunal. … They all face the death penalty.”


A popular Chinese politician who was kicked out of the party last month is now under investigation by Chinese authorities. Bo Xilai is being suspected of unnamed “discipline violations,” but police are more specific about why they’re investigating his wife.


Xinhua News Agency reports Bo Xilai’s wife, Bogu Kailai is being investigated for the murder of British businessman Neil Heywood. Heywood was found dead November, and police ruled it a homicide. Heywood was reportedly a close friend of the couple.


A dreary Monday morning bus ride to school suddenly became anything but. 13-year-old Jeremy Wuitschick is credited with saving a bus full of kids after the driver passed out behind the wheel.


“The driver began showing signs that something was wrong -- he was coughing and shifting in his seat. Suddenly his eyes rolled back into his head and he fell over. At that point the bus hits a curb, bumping and finally slowing when Wuitschick pulls the keys from the ignition.”


How did 13 year old, Jeremy know his way around a steering wheel? He says he owes that one to Mom.

 

“She lets me back the car out of the driveway so I can give it car wash. Don’t tell my dad that!”

“Jeremy’s mom says, despite his heroics today, his driving privileges will not be expanded beyond the driveway.”

 

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

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