Morning roundup

Top Stories: Secret Service Chief Will Testify On Scandal; Egyptians Vote Today

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

Secret Service Director Will Testify Before Senate Panel On Prostitution Scandal. (Washington Post)

Finally, Egyptians Have Their Say.

Sensitive Talks Open In Iraq Between Western Nations And Iran Over Nuclear Program. (Reuters)

33 years In Prison For Pakistani Doctor Who Aided Hunt For Bin Laden.

Jurors Ask For More Evidence In John Edwards Trial, Head Into Fourth Day Of Deliberations. (Los Angeles Times)

Prosecutor Will Release Evidence In Band Hazing Death At Florida A&M University. (Orlando Sentinel)

Former First Lady Nancy Reagan Recovering At Home From Fall That Broke Ribs. (CBS)

Daughter Of Cuban President Gets Visa, Arrives In U.S. For Academic Conference, Will Speak On Sex Education. (San Jose Mercury News)

One Future For Houston's Aging Astrodome Could Be Demolition. (KHOU)

NFL Star Donald Driver And Partner Win Dancing With The Stars Competition. (Entertainment Weekly)

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