U.S. stocks were higher at Thursday's midday trading as traders got ready to head out for the long Easter weekend. All the major benchmarks were still in the green despite pulling back from their highs. Google (GOOG) was down 1% on Wall Street Journal’s report it will likely face antitrust charges from the European Union. The Internet giant says it has never abused the European search market. Lumber Liquidators (LL) gained despite its March sales getting hit by the '60 Minutes’ report alleging safety problems with its products. The company still reported sales for the first quarter were up 5.6%, better than Wall Street expected. Beating earnings estimates boosted shares of CarMax (KMX) up nearly 10%. The car retailer posted both profit and revenue that were above estimates.