This morning on “Starting Point with Soledad O’Brien,” is live at 7am Eastern. This morning, Soledad will talk with our panelists CNN political analyst Roland Martin, contributor Will Cain and Actor/Comedian John Fugelsang. Today’s stories include:

* The Illinois primary is today, and political watchers are wondering if the results will change the GOP race.

* Justice Department, FBI to probe death of Florida teen Trayvon Martin

* Video of toddler’s screening at airport fuels criticism

* Soledad’s interview with Eva Longoria, on the end of “Desperate Housewives” and her work for the Obama campaign.

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[Updated 8:39a] Matt Dubiel, father of a 3-year-old in a wheelchair who was pat down by the TSA, responds to his video going viral. Says anyone with a brain would have seen his child was scared and the situation was uncalled for.

[Updated 8:28a] Actress Eva Longoria tells Soledad celebrities get a bad rap for getting involved, but she’s an American citizen before anything else. A lot of celebrities can do so because that’s their right as American citizens.

[Updated 7:38a] Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) says cutting entitlements is key to a balanced budget. Says GOP is offering to reform Medicare to save it. He used the phrase that the GOP is trying to be the “adults in the room” twice during Soledad’s interview.

[Updated 7:09a] GOP chair Reince Priebus says “Election won’t just be about unemployment rate. It will be about the debt, Obamacare, bigger issues.”