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Top Stories: Shooting At Conservative Lobby Group; NATO Helicopter Crash

Good morning, we're following these stories today:

Family Research Council Attacker Could Face Terrorism Charge.

11 Killed In Afghan Helicopter Crash; 3 Were U.S. Military Personnel. (Update at 9 a.m. ET: 7 Americans Were Killed.)

More Carnage In Pakistan: Gunmen Execute About 20 Shiites.

Militants Stage Nighttime Attack On Pakistani Air Base; At Least 10 Killed. (Washington Post)

Arab States Tell Citizens To Leave Lebanon Over Kidnapping Fears. (Reuters)

Rev. Sun Myung Moon, Unification Church Founder, Is 'Gravely Ill'. (Bloomberg)

Report: Ecuador Prepared To Let Wikileaks Founder Assange Live Indefinitely In Embassy In Britain. (New York Times)

Unprecedented Wildfire Season Scorching More Land Than Ever In Western States. (AP)

Dallas County Declares West Nile Virus Emergency After 10 Deaths. (Star-Telegram)

One Winning Powerball Ticket Worth $337 Million Sold In Michigan. (ABC)

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