Morning roundup

Top Stories: Giffords, La Pierre On Gun Control; Salaries May Be Public

Good morning, here are our early stories:

NRA's LaPierre, Giffords And Husband Kelly To Lay Out Different Views On Gun Laws.

Report: Your Salary Data May be For Sale.

And here are more early headlines:

Deadly Storms Reported In South, Midwest. (AP)

Standoff Continues After Alabama Man Shoots School Bus Driver, Kidnaps Child. (CNN)

Egyptian President Eases Curfew, Opposition Calls For New Talks With Government. (Businessweek)

French Troops Enter Last Major Rebel Held Town In Mali. (VOA)

Former Illinois Gov. Jim Ryan Leaves Prison For Halfway House. (Chicago Tribune)

Dutch Court Rules Royal Dutch Shell Unit Responsible For Polluting Nigerian Region. (Reuters)

Captain Of Wrecked Cruise Ship Fights Dismissal, Says He'll Again Command A Vessel. (AP)

'Gomer Pyle' Actor Jim Nabors Marries Partner Of 38 Years. (NBC)

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