This morning, “Starting Point” is live at 7am Eastern. Today, Brooke Baldwin sits in for Soledad and will talk with our panelists, CNN contributors Will Cain and Margaret Hoover, as well as CNN chief business correspondent Ali Velshi and Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice & Human Rights President Kerry Kennedy. Our panel will be talking about the following top stories:

* Murdoch insider Rebekah Brooks charged in phone hacking investigation

* JPMorgan investment chief out as company holds shareholder meeting today

* Ron Paul to end active campaigning

* Kerry Kennedy will talk about the 2012 RFK Center online auction runs on Charity Buzz from April 24th-May17th and donors have a year to fulfill the package. Check out the Charity Buzz link here.

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[UPDATED 7:39am ET]Fmr. Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty (Romney supporter) says Romney understands private economy, which is in stark contrast to President Obama. re: JPMorgan Chase, says Romney believes we don’t need more regulation but stronger regulation.

[UPDATED 7:10am ET] Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-OR) co-Author of the “Volcker Rule” says what JPMorgan Chase did with bad investments is ‘truly high-risk gambling.’

[UPDATED 7:07am ET] Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-OR) co-Author of the “Volcker Rule” says market hedging not allowed under Volker rule. This is the type of investing [in JPMorgan Chase loss] the Volcker rule was designed to prevent. Says hopefully this will be a wake up call for regulators.

[UPDATED 7:01am ET] CNN’s Dan Rivers explains charges against former News International exec Rebekah Brooks, who is charged for concealing evidence from police on the phone hacking scandal at News of the World.