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Top Stories: Tropical Storm Soaks Florida; NATO Condemns Syria

Good morning, we're looking at these stories today:

Debby Is Really Dumping On Florida.

NATO Condemns Syrian Shootdown Of Turkish Warplane Last Week. (Reuters)

Syrian Government Troops Battle Rebels Near Damascus. (AP)

New Greek Government Replaces Its Finance Minister. (AP)

Queen Elizabeth Visits Northern Ireland, Will Meet Former IRA Commander. (Belfast Telegraph)

Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. Considers Splitting Into Two Firms. (Wall Street Journal)

Stockton, Ca., Poised To Become The Biggest U.S. City To Declare Bankruptcy. (San Francisco Chronicle)

Western Wildfires Cutting Into Summer Vacations And Tourism. (AP)

Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. Treated For Exhaustion, Takes Medical Leave Of Absence. (Chicago Tribune)

George Hearst Jr., Grandson Of William Randolph Hearst And Chair Of Hearst Corp. Board, Dies. (Marketwire)

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