Morning roundup

Top Stories: Murder Probes In Colo., Wis.; New Bank Allegations In Britain

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

Reports: Man ID'd As Wisconsin Killer Had Previously Been On FBI's Radar .

Psychiatrist Contacted Police About Colo. Shooting Suspect, Media Report.

Dozens Sickened By Fumes From Refinery Fire Near San Francisco.

Other news:

— Accused Killer In Arizona Rampage Expected To Plead Guilty Today. (Morning Edition)

— Britain's Standard Chartered Bank Denies It Illegally Moved Iranian Money; Bank's Shares Plunge. (The Guardian)

— In Philippines, "9 Killed As Heavy Rains Paralyze Metro Manila." (Philippines' Inquirer News)

— Syrian President Assad "Makes Rare TV Appearance." (BBC News)

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