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For March 28, 2012 – Newt Gingrich lays off staff while he refocuses presidential bid, more violence emerges as Syrian President Bashar al-Assad accepts peace plan and Magic Johnson part of group to buy Los Angeles Dodgers...
• Newt Gingrich lays off staff, refocuses presidential bid: "Newt Gingrich has replaced his campaign manager and is laying off one-third of his staff, but has vowed to continue his bid for the Republican presidential nomination, a spokesman confirms to CNN."
• Reports of more violence emerge as Syrian President Bashar al-Assad accepts peace plan: "A day after news broke that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad accepted a plan to forge peace, fresh clashes broke out once again across Syria on Wednesday, opposition activists said."
• JetBlue plane diverted due to 'erratic' pilot: "The CEO of JetBlue Airways said Wednesday he has known the captain of a flight that made an emergency landing Tuesday for "a long time" - and that the man has always been a 'consummate professional.' Asked about the captain's reported erratic behavior that prompted the crew and passengers to subdue him mid-flight, Dave Barger described it as 'a medical situation.'"
• Outcry mounts, answers few in Trayvon Martin shooting: "The parents of Trayvon Martin, an unarmed black teen killed by a Hispanic man who claims self-defense, said Wednesday they have faith in authorities investigating the case and are patiently awaiting justice for their son's death."
• Magic Johnson part of group to buy Los Angeles Dodgers: "A group that includes former basketball star Earvin "Magic" Johnson will acquire the Los Angeles Dodgers for $2 billion, the team said Tuesday night. The group will officially acquire the team, one of baseball's most storied franchises, after the deal is approved by the judge overseeing the Dodgers' bankruptcy."