Morning roundup

Top Stories: Chicago Teachers Strike; Presidential Campaign Fundraising Surges

Good morning, here are our early stories:

No Deal: Chicago Teachers To Strike After Contract Talks Fail.

And here are more early headlines:

President Obama Raises More Campaign Cash Than Mitt Romney. (AP)

Iraq's Vice President Sentenced To Death; Wave Of Attacks Kill 92 Iraqis. (VOA)

Ex-Navy Seal Who Authored Book On Bin Laden Killing Talks To 60 Minutes. (CBS)

U.S. Transfers Control Of Bagram Prison To Afghanistan; Fate Of Inmates Uncertain. (AFP)

British Bomb Experts Briefly Search Home Of Couple Murdered In France. (Guardian)

Tropical Storm Leslie May Strike Newfoundland As A Hurricane. (National Hurricane Center)

Two Rare Tornadoes Strike New York City; No One Is Hurt. (Wall Street Journal)

Serena Williams Wins 4th Title At U-S Open After Storm Delays Play. (Sports Illustrated)

Tulane Football Player Breaks Neck In Game, Stable After Surgery. (AP)

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