Morning roundup

Top Stories: No 'Bounce' From Ryan Pick; Case Closed In Rare Buffalo Death

Good morning - we're watching these stories today:

Romney's Pick Of Ryan Hasn't Changed Race, Polls Signal.

Texas Sheriff: Sacred White Buffalo Was Not Slaughtered.

And here are other early stories:

After Controversial Rape Comments, Embattled Rep. Akin Won't Attend GOP Convention In Tampa. (Politico)

Tropical Storm Isaac Stronger, Could Affect GOP Convention Next Week. (Miami Herald)

Many Buildings Lost To Northern California Wildfire (USA Today)

Disabled Man Who Lost British Right-To-Die Case Is Dead. (BBC)

Nearly 50 People Dead In Brutal Ethnic Clashes In Kenya. (BBC)

Secret Service Arrests Armed Washington State Man Who Threatened Obama By Email. (ABC)

After Nearly 20 Years Of Talks, Russia Joins World Trade Organization. (Bloomberg)

Investigation Continues Into Deadly Maryland Train Derailment That Killed Two Teenagers. (Baltimore Sun)

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