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The Endless Primary
This week, the likely GOP winner will be--nobody! On March 20 Republicans vote in Illinois, where polls have given Mitt Romney a comfy lead. On March 24 it's Louisiana; Rick Santorum just won two primaries in the South. Newt Gingrich is sticking in the race, hoping the moon base caucuses within the month. And Ron Paul is keeping his fingers crossed for his first victory.
Woman with Bow and Arrow
Batman and Gandalf will both return to screens in 2012, but not before a new heroine joins their ranks on March 23. In "The Hunger Games," based on the post-apocalyptic YA novels, Jennifer Lawrence stars as Katniss Everdeen, a 16-year-old girl kidnapped and forced to fight other teenagers to the death in a televised competition. A studio executive told The Wall Street Journal that an opening weekend of $100 million is a given.
Obama's Day in Court
On March 26, nine voters will determine the course of the nation. The Supreme Court will begin hearing oral arguments on the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act, the legislative touchstone of the Obama presidency--particularly whether the government can force its citizens to buy health care. …