Morning roundup

Top Stories: NSA; Santa Monica Killings; Immigration Debate

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

Who Is Edward Snowden, The NSA Leaker?

Trayvon Martin Killing: 2 Sides Want Very Different Jurors.

After Igniting In 2nd Half, Heat Easily Beat Spurs In Game 2.

Also in the news:

— "Santa Monica Gunman Rips Apart Three Families, Including His Own." (CNN.com)

— Nelson Mandela Remains Hospitalized In Serious But Stable Condition. (The Associated Press)

— "Senate Digs In For Long Battle On Overhaul Of Immigration." (The New York Times)

— "Apple To Unveil iOS Revamp, iRadio, Siri Update," Analyst Says. (CNET)

— Long-Time Obama Aide Jason Furman To Be Next Chairman Of Council Of Economic Advisers. (Bloomberg News)

— "The Tony Awards: Is This The Greatest Awards Show Opening Ever?" (Monkey See)

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