From Tigers Woods' Master-ful meltdown to new developments in the Tulsa shootings case, here are the top stories to read on your Easter Sunday:
(1) Catholic Cardinal Timothy Dolan said that President Obama's new contraception policy is "intruding into the life of faith." On CBS News' "Face the Nation," the Archbishop of New York told Bob Schieffer that Obama brought the controversy on himself by introducing a new rule that employees of religious institutions must receive contraception coverage. The Catholic Church "didn't ask for this fight," he said. "We didn't ask for the fight, but we're not going to back away from it." More here.
(2) Tiger Woods has issued an apology after a mini-Masters meltdown in which he kicked his 9-iron in frustration after missing badly on a shot on the 16th hole on Friday. “Certainly I’m frustrated at times and I apologize if I offended anybody by that,” he said. “But I’ve hit some bad shots and it’s certainly frustrating at times not hitting the ball where you need to hit it.” The tantrum caused a stir at Augusta National, prompting CBS Sports analyst Nick Faldo to say that Woods had “lost his game ... and lost his mind.”
(3) Twitter has launched a new offensive against spammers. The company filed a lawsuit in a federal court in San Francisco against five spam tool providers and people that use them, including TweetAttacks, TweetAdder, TweetBuddy, James Lucero, and Garland Harris. "With this suit, we're going straight to the source," the company wrote on their blog yesterday. "By shutting down tool providers, we will prevent other spammers from having these services at their disposal. Further, we hope the suit acts as a deterrent to other spammers, demonstrating the strength of our commitment to keep them off Twitter." All five are alleged to have violated the site's rules by building and distributing tools designed to spam.
(4) Tulsa police arrested two suspects Sunday morning in connection with a shooting spree over the course of an hour which left three African-Americans dead and two more wounded. Police said that 19-year-old Jake England and 32-year-old Alvin Watts would face three counts of first-degree murder and two counts of shooting with intent to kill. Capt. Jonathan Brooks of the Tulsa police told CNN that investigators were still trying to find a motive behind the four apparently random shootings, which occurred early Friday.
(5) Best Easter Egg Picture of the Day (Cheesecake filled chocolate easter eggs via Pinterest)