Morning roundup

Top Stories: Oklahoma Funerals; Britain Terror Attack

Good morning, here are our early stories:

Funerals Begin In Tornado-Ravaged Moore, Okla.

"We Will Never Give In To Terror," Britain's Cameron Vows.

And here are more early headlines:

Obama To Lay Out Rationale For Continued Drone Strikes. (Businessweek)

Washington State Man Charged With Mailing Ricin To Judge. (Reuters)

Japanese Stocks Plunge, Following Weak Chinese Economic Data. (Wall Street Journal)

Car Bombs In Niger Injure At Least A Dozen. (Al Jazeera)

North Dakota Dam Holding Under Pressure, Town Evacuates. (Grand Forks Herald)

Steep Decline In U.S. Teen Births Over Five Years. (CDC)

Twitter Adds Second Step To Login Process. (CNET)

Japanese Climber Is Oldest Man To Summit Everest. (Japan Times)

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