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Top Stories: Penn State Scandal Report; Biden To Speak To NAACP

Good Thursday! We're looking at these stories today:

Paterno, Others Slammed In Report For Failing To Protect Sandusky's Victims.

Vice President Biden To Address NAACP Convention One Day After Mitt Romney's Speech. (CNN)

Rep. Jesse Jackson, Jr. Receiving Treatment For Mood Disorder, Says His Office. (Chicago Sun Times)

More Homeowners Got Foreclosure Notices In Spring. (Businessweek)

Bosnian War Crimes Suspect Ratko Mladic Taken To Hospital After Feeling Ill. (Reuters)

Syria Fires Ambassador Who'd Already Defected. (New York Times)

Dozens Killed When Nigerian Gas Truck Overturns, Some Victims Were Collecting Fuel. (AFP)

At Least Six Climbers Killed In French Alps During Avalanche. (BBC)

Chef Marion Cunningham Dies, Authored 'Fannie Farmer Cookbook'. (San Francisco Chronicle)

The Rolling Stones Are 50 Years Old. Really. (Rolling Stone Magazine)

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