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Top Stories: JPMorgan's Losses; More Killings In Mexico; 'Duck' Dunn Dies

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

Reports: JPMorgan's Losses Could Top $4 Billion; Three Execs To Resign.

Yahoo CEO's Ousting Is Victory For Hedge Fund Pushing Change At Company.

Facebook's Zuckerberg Turns 28, With Billions Of Reasons To Celebrate.

Other top headlines:

— "49 Headless Bodies Dumped In Mexican Town." (The Associated Press)

— "Kony Hunt: Ugandan Army Captures Senior LRA Commander." (The Christian Science Monitor)

— "Leaders In Greece Remain Resistant To Unity Coalition." (The New York Times)

— John Edwards' Defense Begins. (Charlotte Observer)

— Search Continues In California For Missing FBI Agent; Believed To Be Suicidal. (CNN.com)

— Donald "Duck" Dunn, Famed Bassist For Booker T. And Others, Dies. (The Commercial Appeal)

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