7 things to know now: Primary day; man charged in 9-year-old's death; Erin Andrews


Here's a roundup of news trending across the nation and world today.

What to know now:

1. Andrews verdict: Sports reporter Erin Andrews was awarded a $55 million judgment Monday in her lawsuit against a hotel and the stalker who secretly recorded her nude. The jury said the Nashville Marriott  was 49 percent to blame for telling the stalker – Michael David Barrett --  which room Andrews was in. The jury ruled Barrett was 51 percent to blame for taking then distributing the video online where millions saw it.

2. Charges in shooting: A man has been charged in the execution-style killing of a 9-year-old boy in Chicago last year in what police say was a gang- retaliation. Dwight Boone-Doty, 22, was charged with first-degree murder in the death of Tyshawn Lee after police say he lured the third-grader into an alley and shot him in the head. According to authorities, Tyshawn's father had gang ties.

3. Primary Tuesday: Voters will be heading to the polls in several states Tuesday as the march to the Democratic and Republican presidential nominations heat up. Primaries will be held in Michigan, Idaho and Mississippi, while Hawaii will hold a caucus.

4. Eclipse day: Those in Southeast Asia will get to see one of the most impressive  displays the universe puts on when the moon blocks the sun Tuesday, casting a shadow over the Earth's surface. The eclipse will be visible in Hawaii as well as Korea, Japan Australia and other areas in the region. It will take place at  5:37 p.m. (Hawaii time).

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5. New SAT: The newly revamped SAT test is getting high marks from students who took the test for the first time Saturday. The vocabulary section and the penalty for guessing at answers have been eliminated. The test designers say it better reflects what students learn in high school.

And one more

The Idaho pastor who was shot six times in his church's parking lot Sunday is expected to make a full recovery. Tim Remington, who prayed with Sen. Ted Cruz on Saturday as he campaigned in Idaho, was shot in the head and back by former U.S. Marine Kyle Odom, according to authorities. A manhunt has been launched for Odom who fled the scene after the shooting.

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