Morning roundup

Top Stories: May's Slow Job Growth; Syria Faces Civil War

Happy Friday - here are some of the stories we're watching.

Did Jobs Grow Fast Enough In May? Probably Not.

Mine Safety Questions Linger, One Year After Takeover Of Massey Energy.

UN Human Rights Chief: Syria Facing Total Civil War. (AP)

Seattle Gunman Suspected Of Killing 5, Self, Had Concealed Weapons Permits, 6 Handguns. (Seattle Times)

Irish Voters Appear To Support European Fiscal Treaty, Opponents Concede Defeat. (Irish Times)

Britain Begins Diamond Jubilee Events, Celebrating Elizabeth's 60 Years As Queen. (The Telegraph)

Chrysler Says Sales Jumped 30% In May, Demand High For Jeeps And Rams. (ABC)

New Mexico's Biggest Ever Wildfire Covers 300 Square Miles. (KUNM)

DC Comics' New Green Lantern: Shrewd, Mighty And Openly Gay. (Rolling Stone)

It's National Doughnut Day! Here's Where To Find Them. (Time)

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