Morning roundup

Top Stories: Greek Bailout; Campaign Cash; Surging Gas Prices

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

Doubts Linger After Late-Night Deal On Bailout For Greece.

Lawyer Says Strauss-Kahn Didn't Know Women At Orgies Were Prostitutes.

Back On The Air, Stephen Colbert Gives Nod To Ailing Mom.

Some of the day's other top stories:

— "Surging Gas Prices Threaten To Derail Economic Recovery." (Los Angeles Times)

— "Romney Benefits From Campaign, SuperPAC Funds." (Morning Edition)

— Syrian City Of Homs "Comes Under Heavy Bombardment" Again. (BBC News)

— "Yemenis Vote To Elect Saleh Successor;" Vice President Was Lone Candidate. (Al-Jazeera)

— Afghans Protest Outside U.S. Military Base After Report Of Qurans Being Improperly Disposed Of. (Reuters)

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