Morning roundup

Top Stories: Commerce Secretary's Accident; Wildfires In West

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

Commerce Secretary Suffered 'Seizure' Before Crashes, Dept. Says.

'Relief Rally' Weakens As Markets Study Spanish Deal.

Supreme Court's Ruling On Health Care Law Looms.

New Coma Report About Mubarak.

Nadal Wins Record Seventh French Open.

Egad! British Prime Minister Left 8-Year-Old Daughter Behind In Pub.

Other stories in the news:

— "Hundreds Evacuated As Colorado, New Mexico Fires Grow." (The Associated Press)

— In Colorado, "Federal Firefighters Due To Help" At "Wildly Unpredictable High Park Fire." (Denver Post)

— "France Headed Toward Undivided Leftist Government." (The Christian Science Monitor)

— Former British Prime Minister Brown Accuses Rupert Murdoch Of Misleading Press Ethics Inquiry. (Reuters)

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