Morning roundup

Top Stories: Euro Crisis, Contest For Control In Egypt

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

Market Rally Fades As Investors Turn Attention From Greece To Spain.

In Egypt, Generals Will Be In Control 'Until October, At Least'.

Reminder: Supreme Court's Decision On Health Care Law Due.

Webb Simpson Wins U.S. Open; Miami Heat Takes 2-1 Lead In NBA Finals.

Other stories making news:

— "Russia Sending Navy Ships To Syria;" Interfax Says They Will Protect Russian Citizens And Russia's Naval Base There. (CBS News)

— "Big Powers, Iran Hold Nuclear Talks As Time Runs Out." (Reuters)

— "G-20 Summit In Mexico To Focus On Euro Crisis." (Morning Edition)

— "Rodney King Was Haunted By Memories, Daunted By Pain." (Los Angeles Times)

— Jack Osbourne, Son Of Ozzy And Sharon, Diagnosed With Multiple Sclerosis. (MTV.com)

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