Morning roundup

Top Stories: Jobs Report; Obama's Speech; Bail For Pakistani Christian Girl

Good morning.

Some of the early and overnight headlines on posts we've done here and at It's All Politics:

High Unemployment & Slow Job Growth: Likely News From Today's Report.

Obama: 'Times Have Changed ... So Have I'.

Fact Checkers Ding Obama And Biden For Some Spinning.

Five Takeaways From The Last Night Of The Democratic Convention.

Other stories making headlines:

— "Pakistan Court Orders Teen Christian Girl Freed On Bail In Blasphemy Case." (CBS News' WorldWatch)

— "Quakes In Southwest China Kill Dozens, Damage 20,000 Homes." (Reuters)

— U.S. Expected To Add Haqqani Network To Terrorists List. (The New York Times)

— 3.5-Magnitude Beverly Hills Earthquake Gives Los Angeles A "Sharp Jolt": (Los Angeles Times)

— "Amazon Rolls Out Its New Kindle E-Readers." (Morning Edition)

— "Prince Harry Deployed To Afghanistan." (BBC News)

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