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Top News Links: Monday, Feb. 29

Honda chairman promising ‘fundamental transformation’

When Takahiro Hachigo was abruptly named Honda Motor Co. CEO last year amid spiraling quality problems, he pledged to revive the troubled automaker through a back-to-basics focus on better cars and streamlined production. Nearly a year later, with Honda still battling quality issues, the veteran engineer is revamping that comeback plan. – AutoNews.com

Candidates get ready for Super Tuesday

The first day of multiple-state voting looms large in a wild presidential race after early states trimmed the field and the brash billionaire and his army of outsider voters are positioned to send panic through the Republican establishment by tightening his grip on the party's nomination. – CNN/WAPT

Jeff Sessions endorses Trump for president

Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., whose hard-line conservative stances on immigration and trade have made him a favorite of the party's base, endorsed Donald Trump's White House bid during a joint appearance here in his home state on Sunday. – Washington Post/Chicago Tribune

Trump stumbles on KKK controversy

Donald Trump stumbled into a racially charged controversy Sunday, saying in an interview on CNN that he didn’t know enough to disavow former Ku Klux Klan grand wizard David Duke. Trump’s comments came two days before 12 states — including Alabama — vote on Super Tuesday. – WHO TV

Care to guess the quickest path to poverty?

Each year, the Census Bureau releases a study on poverty in the United States, and breaks down the data in a dizzying number of ways. This report should be required reading in every school in the country, and I mean every grade and every year. The numbers are what the numbers are. – Montgomery Advertiser

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