Morning roundup

Top Stories: Private Rocket Launched Into Space; Checking Iran's Nuclear Program

Good morning - here are some of the leading headlines we're following today:

'Picture Perfect Launch' For Private Rocket Headed To Space Station.

Deal Reached On Probe Of Iran's Nuclear Program, IAEA Chief Says.

Memorial Walk, Moment Of Silence Planned For Joplin On First Anniversary Of Devastating Tornado. (Joplin Globe)

Jurors In John Edwards Corruption Trial Begin Third Day Of Deliberations. (Reuters)

Images Show North Korea Conducts Unknown Activity At Nuclear Test Site. (CNN)

Myanmar Opposition Leader Aung San Suu Kyi Will Address U.N. Labor Conference Next Month In Switzerland. (AP)

2 Protesters Die In Lebanon At Funeral Of Murdered Anti-Syrian Cleric; 5 Killed In Syrian Bombing. (VOA)

Four Perish Climbing Everest, One Missing While Dozens More Continue Toward Summit (ABC)

Oklahoma City Defeats Los Angeles To Reach NBA Western Conference Finals; 8 Wounded In Oklahoma City Violence After Victory. (Oklahoman)

Man Survives Suicide Attempt After Leaping Into Niagara Falls. (USA Today)

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