Morning roundup

Top Stories: Giffords Starting Gun Control Effort; Benghazi Suspect Freed

Good morning, here are our early stories:

'Enough,' Says Giffords As She Launches Campaign For New Gun Laws.

Benghazi Attack: Only Man Who Was In Custody Is Now Free, Lawyer Says.

And here are more early headlines:

Roll Tide! Alabama Shellacs Notre Dame To Win BCS Football Title. (Sports Illustrated)

'Catastrophic' Heat Conditions Trigger Dozens Of Australian Fires; Power Cut To Parts Of Sydney. (Sydney Morning Herald)

U.N. Says It Can't Reach 1 Million Syrians Who Lack Food. (AP)

Free Speech Protests Continue Against Chinese Communist Party Rulers Over Newspaper. (VOA)

Former President George H. W. Bush Still Hospitalized In Houston, Out Of Intensive Care. (CNN)

Chicago Lottery Winner Dies Of Cyanide Poisoning Days After Winning Jackpot. (USA Today)

Journalist Richard Ben Cramer Dies; Authored Influential Book On 1988 Presidential Race. (Politico)

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