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Here's what's happening right NOW IN THE NEWS.
The search is on for survivors of Italy's devastating 6.2-magnitude earthquake.
Rescuers with dogs are now digging through crumbled homes.
They're looking for people who may still be trapped.
More than 90 people are confirmed dead and Italian media reports at least 1,500 are hurt.
Police in India say at least seven people are confirmed dead after suspected insurgents set off two explosions in the northeastern state of Assam.
At least 40 people were hurt there.
In the first blast, attackers planted explosives on a bicycle at a busy market.
The second blast happened outside a mobile phone store.
President Obama says Turkish membership in the European Union would broaden and strengthen Europe's foundation.
The president spoke to Turkish Parliament this morning.
It is the president's first state visit to a Muslim nation.
With mortgage rates so low, the risk of mortgage fraud is now growing.
And at 11 a.m. Eastern, federal and state officials are announcing a new plan to crack down on criminals who were looking to cash in on the president's housing plans.
The heads of the Treasury Department, the Justice Department, HUD and the Federal Trade Commission, will all be on hand for that announcement.
And we will have a live for you here on CNN.com/live.
Singer Christ Brown is said to appear in court today.
Brown was arrested two months ago for allegedly assaulting his celebrity girlfriend Rihanna.
He'll be arraigned on felony charges and he's expected to make a plea.
Brown faces more than four years in prison.
Rihanna is not expected to attend that hearing.
And that's a quick look at the headlines right now.
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We will have you updates throughout the day.