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Top Stories: Big Melt In Greenland; Syrian Fighting Widens In Aleppo

It's Wednesday, and we're watching these stories today:

'Heat Dome' Linked To Greenland's Biggest Melt In 30 Years.

Aleppo 'Cowers' As Fighting Flares In And Around Syria's Biggest City.

More Street Clashes Between Anaheim Police And Protesters Over Shooting Death Of Unarmed Man. (KNBC)

Los Angeles City Council Votes Unanimously To Ban Medical Marijuana Stores, Citing Overproliferation. (Los Angeles Times)

New Orleans Police Department Will Get Court Oversight In Unprecedented Reforms Of Police Practices. (New Orleans Times-Picayune)

Report: North Korean Diplomat Says New Leader Kim Jong Un May Be Married. (AFP)

Britain's Recession Is Now Worse Than Predicted; 2nd Quarter GDP Contracts Sharply. (Reuters)

Scottish Government To Introduce Legislation Legalizing Same-Sex Marriage. (BBC)

Ontario Police Officer Injured, Man Dies After Foot Chase Ends In Tumble Into Niagara Gorge. (CBC)

Bear Cub Startles Shoppers At Pittsburgh Mall, Was Probably Looking For Food. (New York Daily News)

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