Morning Buzz: March 20, 2008

More than a dozen are dead after buckets of rain doused the Midwest and rivers crept over their banks, creating flooding in parts of Ohio, Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, and Kentucky. While it was sunny this morning in Ohio, authorities warned that the rain wasn't over yet and many rivers would still crest well above flood stage.

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More than a dozen are dead after buckets of rain doused the Midwest and rivers crept over their banks, creating flooding in parts of Ohio, Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, and Kentucky. While it was sunny this morning in Ohio, authorities warned that the rain wasn't over yet and many rivers would still crest well above flood stage.

A day after thousands of pages of Hillary Clinton's schedules were released from the time she was first lady, a conservative group today is pressing in federal court for the release of 20,000 pages of Clinton's phone logs. The National Archives is pushing back against the request, estimating that it will take at least two years to process the phone logs and citing limited resources.

Being happily married is good for your blood pressure. Being unhappily married is not. And contrary to popular belief, being single is better for your blood pressure than being unhappily married, a new study conducted through the Brigham Young University has found. The study, which first appeared online today from the Annals of Behavioral Medicine, is one of few that have looked at marital quality instead of just marital status to determine the risk for high blood pressure.