This morning on “Starting Point with Soledad O’Brien,” is live at 7am Eastern. This morning, Soledad will talk with our panelists Dorian Warren with Columbia University, “The Blaze” contributor Will Cain and MTV Power of 12 correspondent Andrew Jenks. Today’s stories include:

* Will Deep South primaries deep six a candidate?

* Florida teen Trayvon Martin shot by neighborhood watch

* Afghan killings ignite outrage - and doctors are now going back to look through U.S. soldier’s medical records for clues.

* Sandra Fluke’s commentary on contraception for CNN.com.

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[UPDATED 8:53a] Benjamin Crump, the lawyer for the family of Treyvon Martin - the teenager shot to death last month by a neighborhood watch captain in Florida. He says the family has been victimized all over again now that the police won’t press charges on the neighborhood watch captain.

[UPDATED 8:38a] Sandra Fluke says she submitted her op-ed to CNN.com to stem some of the misinformation out there on paying for contraception.

[UPDATED 7:47a] Reza Farahan from Bravo’s “Shahs of Sunset” says he hopes to break down stereotypes about Persians, his culture, like people joking he has a camel in his driveway.

[UPDATED 7:37a] Soledad asks Newt Gingrich’s daughter Jackie Cushman if the math works in her dad’s favor for winning the Presidential nomination. She says there may very well have a brokered convention.