Morning roundup

Top Stories: Power Still Out After Derecho; Syrian Bloodshed Continues

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

No Power? No A.C.? You Don't Have To Tell Us About It (But We Hope You Do).

Finally, 'Some Good News' About Colorado Springs Wildfire.

Mexico's PRI Rises From 'Death Bed' With Return To Power.

Word Of The Day: 'Derecho'.

Other stories in the news:

— "New Attempt To End Syrian Bloodshed Brings Optimism, Doubt." (CNN.com)

— "Barclays Chairman Quits Over Rate-Fixing Scandal." (Reuters)

— "Apple Pays $60 Million To End China iPad Fight With Proview." (Bloomberg Businessweek)

— "Spain Rips Italy For Euro Crown" In Soccer. (ESPN.com)

— Tiger Woods Wins The Tournament He Hosts; "Is Looking For Much More In The Near Future." (Washington Post columnist Tom Boswell)

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