- The Syrian government continues its bombardment of Homs and dismisses a plea from the Red Cross for a two hour cease fire every day to deliver aid. Neither of those stories can be found on The Washington Post homepage today.
- Yemenis go to the polls today to elect a new president. Only Vice President Hadi is on the ballot, but the election is still significant because it ends the 33 year rule of the country by Ali Abdullah Saleh. The U.S. has promised Yemen aid if they are able to make democratic changes quickly.
- Israel's Supreme Sourt has agreed to free Khader Adan, a lawyer and Palestinian that was detained without charge and has been on a hunger strike for 66 days.
- Afghans blocked roads and protested outside Bagram Air Base after reports U.S. troops had improperly disposed by the Koran by burning it. The U.S. has apologized and at this moment it cannot be confirmed how many, if any, Korans were burned.
- Greece is getting a second bailout, bondholders not so much.
- Romney is thanking his lucky stars for those Super PACs as his campaign has maxed out a lot of individual donors. Though he may need to be concerned about a fantastical burn rate, which could help President Obama in a general.
- NPR asks what is Romney loses Michigan and what if nominee Santorum has to fully answer for his social views?
- John Huntsman's campaign's IOU to Jon Huntsman.
- Jeremy Lin, racism, and sports.
**Editorial Note: Ben is on vacation so What Kind of Day has it Been will be intermittent over the next couple weeks.**