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Top Stories: Huge Western Wildfires; News Corp. Will Split In Two

Good morning - while we wait for the Supreme Court's health care decision, we're following these stories:

'Hell In The Rearview Mirror' As Coloradoans Flee Wildfires.

News Corp. Confirms Split; Rupert Murdoch Will Chair Both Companies.

Record-Breaking Heat Moves From Midwest To Mid-Atlantic And Southeast. (National Weather Service)

European Union Fiscal Summit Opens, Hopes Dim For Bold Steps. (Reuters)

Bosnian Serb Leader Karadzic Acquitted Of One Genocide Count; Still Faces 10 More War Crimes Charges. (AP)

Barclays Bank Pays $452 Million In Fines To Settle Interest Rate Manipulation Case. (MarketWatch)

Blasts Strike Syrian Capital, Turkey Stations Troops Along Syrian Border. (CNN)

Cargo Search Continues For Possible Stowaways At New Jersey Port. (Star-Ledger)

Texas Man Sentenced To 40 Years In Houston Stand-Your-Ground Murder Case. (KPRC)

German Court Outlaws Circumcision Of Boys As 'Bodily Harm'. (Deutche Welle)

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