Here are the five must-read links for your morning:

1- “Romney wins 6 states, including Ohio: Santorum takes 3; Gingrich nabs Georgia” by CNN’s Paul Steinhauser and Tom Cohen. The article outlines the results of the ten Super Tuesday contests and explains what polling has revealed about Republican voters in each state.

2- “Super Tuesday primaries: 5 takeaways” by Politico’s Maggie Haberman, in which she writes that Romney “underperformed” yesterday. She contends that Tuesday’s results “basically guarantee that the [GOP] content keeps going through April 24, when a number of states, includingConnecticut,New York andPennsylvania, hold their primaries.”

3- “U.S. and North Korean officials meet to seal food aid deal” by CNN’s wire staff. The article discusses the final phase of the implementation ofU.S. food aid inNorth Korea, which is happening today against the backdrop of fiery rhetoric fromNorth Korea toward the South.

4- Curious about the new iPad that’s rumored to be revealed at today’s Apple event? Check out ‘iPad 3’: What to expect from tomorrow’s event by The Washington Post. Although the paper cautions that there’s typically a great deal of speculation and hype surrounding Apple events, the article details the potential features of the new device.

5- ESPN Chris Mortensen’s “Source: Colts to part with Peyton Manning Wednesday,” which reports that the Indianapolis Colts are holding a joint news conference at noon today to announce that the team’s star quarterback, Peyton Manning, will be leaving the team.

Watch “Starting Point with Soledad O’Brien” for more on these top stories this morning at 7am Eastern.