Morning roundup

Top Stories: Secret Service Scandal; Zimmerman Released

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

Several More Secret Service Agents Tied To Scandal Likely To Lose Their Jobs.

Zimmerman Released After Posting Bail, Will Go Into Hiding But Be Monitored.

To Keep His Job, France's Sarkozy Must Reach To The Right.

Now It Snows?

VIDEO: World Peace Causes World Of Pain With Elbow To Opponent's Head.

Other top stories:

— "U.S. To Defend Afghanistan For Decade After Drawdown." (The Associated Press)

— In Syria, Deaths Reported As City Of Hama Is Shelled. (CNN.com)

— As Trial Of John Edwards Begins, A Primer On The Case. (Raleigh News & Observer)

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