Morning Must Reads: March 28

In the news: gay marriage, Ashley Judd, Obamacare, Cyprus, and Obama's trip south of the border.

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The early morning sun rises behind the US Capitol Building in Washington, DC.

  • Prettier in Print
    • TIME Magazine’s cover— David Von Drehle’s “How Gay Marriage Won.”
    • IMF chief Christine Lagarde profile on her plan to prevent reckless banks from ruining the world economy.
    • Joe Klein: Limits of Obama’s saber rattling in Iran and Syria.
    • Rob Long: The extremists baying for a Republican purge don’t understand that it would change nothing.
    • Turkey’s Triumphs: After a historic cease-fire by Kurdish rebels and a U.S.-brokered Israeli apology, Turkey reasserts itself as a regional power player. (Update: Turkey deports 600 Syrians)
  • Ashley Judd won’t run for Senate. Why Democrats are giving thanks.
  • Republicans still working to repeal Obamacare.
  • North Korea cuts off its military hot line to South Korea
  • Cyprus banks reopen.
  • Obama to visit Mexico in May.

Update: Meet the man who sold his fate to investors for $1 a share