Morning roundup

Top Stories: iPad's Human Toll; Greece Bond Talks Continue

Good morning!

Our early headlines:

Australian Prime Minister Rescued From Angry Protesters

Unemployment Claims Up Slightly; Business Spending Increased

Ahmadinejad: Iran Is Ready For Nuclear Talks

Arizona Gov. Brewer Says She 'Was Not Hostile' In Meeting With Obama

President Obama Will Unveil Energy Plans

Other stories making headlines:

— Work Hazards Reveal iPad's Human Cost (The New York Times)

— Philippines may allow greater U.S. military presence in reaction to China's rise (The Washington Post)

— Greece's debt talks with private bondholders in 'delicate phase' (The Los Angeles Times)

— Gingrich, Romney continue attacks in Miami (The Miami Herald)

— Penn State to pay tribute to Paterno at public memorial (CNN)

— Greg Kelly, Son of New York Police Commissioner, Accused of Rape (ABC News)

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