Morning roundup

Top Stories: Deadly Iraq Bombings; Aide To Former Rep. Giffords Wins Her Seat

Good morning, we're following these stories this morning:

Dozens Killed, Hundreds Wounded By Wave Of Attacks In Iraq.

Democrat Wins Ariz. Test Of 2012 Themes; 'Fighting Sioux' Retired In N.D.

JPMorgan CEO To Testify Today Before Congress On Bank's Billions In Trading Losses. (Reuters)

Third Day Of Sandusky Trial Likely To Feature More Graphic Testimony. (USA Today)

Conflicting Stories About Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarek's Health. (MSNBC, Telegraph)

Russian Opposition Leaders Questioned After Moscow Rally Ends. (AP)

Bulldozers Searching For Dozens Of Missing Earthquake Victims In Afghanistan. (Pakistan News Service)

Group To Unveil New Web Domain Names That Will Join .Com And .Net. (BBC)

Honda Recalls 50,000 2012 Civics For Driveshaft Problem. (Motor Trend)

Oklahoma City Thunder Defeat Miami Heat In Game 1 Of NBA Finals. (Sports Illustrated)

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