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For April 3, 2012 – James Murdoch to resign as BSkyB chairman, California shooting suspect shows no remorse and Kentucky beats Kansas to claim NCAA title...
• James Murdoch to resign as BSkyB chairman: "James Murdoch, the son of media magnate Rupert Murdoch, is expected to step down as the chairman of BSkyB on Tuesday, a longtime institutional investor in the British satellite broadcaster told CNN."
• California shooting suspect shows no remorse: "The man accused of killing seven people execution-style at a small religious college in Oakland, California, "does not appear to be remorseful at all," the city's police chief said Tuesday. Former student One Goh, 43, told authorities he was upset at being expelled from Oikos University earlier this year."
• GSA head resigns over 'wasteful' Las Vegas seminar: "The head of the General Services Administration resigned Monday after a scathing report that called government spending on a training seminar in Las Vegas 'excessive, wasteful, and in some cases impermissible.'"
• Obesity rate may be worse than we think: "Doctors and health officials have relied for decades on body mass index (BMI), a ratio of height to weight, to categorize people as overweight and obese. A new study, however, suggests the use of BMI may be leading us to underestimate the already sky-high obesity rate."
• Kentucky beats Kansas to claim NCAA title: "The Kentucky Wildcats beat the Kansas Jayhawks 67-59 Monday night to clinch their eighth NCAA men's basketball championship. Despite a late surge that brought the Jayhawks within five points, the Wildcats dominated the game, leading by double digits during much of the second half."