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Top Stories: Romney Accepts GOP Nomination; Cleaning Up After Isaac

Good morning, here are our morning headlines:

Five Takeways From Thursday At The Republican Convention.

As Cleanup Begins, Two More Isaac-Related Deaths Reported In Louisiana.

And here are more early headlines:

Shooting In New Jersey Supermarket Leaves Three Dead. (ABC)

Calif. Officials Had Warned Yosemite Park Staffers Of Deadly Hantavirus Risk. (San Francisco Chronicle)

Stock Futures Rise As Markets Await Fed Chairman's Speech Today. (CNN)

Passengers Stranded In Frankfurt As Lufthansa Cabin Crew Union Strikes For Half A Day. (MarketWatch)

Former IMF Chief Dominque Strauss Kahn And Wife Anne Sinclair Separate. (Huffington Post)

Unification Church Founder Rev. Moon On Life Support. (AFP)

Rare 'Blue Moon' Will Rise After Funeral For Astronaut Neil Armstrong. (AP)

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