Morning roundup

Top Stories: Discovery Flown To DC; Norway Mass Murderer Unrepentant

Good morning, here are some of the stories we're looking at this morning:

Space Shuttle Discovery Is On Its Last Flight.

Mass Killer In Norway Declares 'I Would Have Done It Again'.

Did Obama's Policies Help, Or Hinder, The Economy?

GSA Inspector General Is Investigating Possible Bribes, Kickbacks. (Washington Post)

African Union Says Suspends Guinea Bissau After Coup. (Reuters)

UN Chief: Observers Say Syrian Ceasefire Generally Observed. (Dow Jones)

Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange Interviews Hezbollah Leader In TV Premiere. (AP)

Google Fined $25,000 For 'Willfully' Stonewalling FCC. (WTSP-TV)

Welding-Caused Fire At Idaho National Laboratory Prompts Evacuations. (AP)

Bruins Goalie Tim Thomas Greeted By Obama Masks. (USA Today)

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