Morning roundup

Top Stories: Mandela's Condition; NSA Leaker's Dad Speaks

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— With Mandela's Health As Backdrop, Obama Heads To S. Africa.

— NSA Leaker's Father: Snowden Betrayed Government, Not The People.

— Book News: Paula Deen's Cookbook Sales Still Sizzle.

And here are more early headlines:

Report: Former Military Official Investigated In Leak Probe. (The Washington Post)

Protests Planned In Egypt As President Morsi Passes First Anniversary. (NBC)

Report: Former Patriot Hernandez Investigated In Old Murders. (CNN)

Kerry In Shuttle Diplomacy Between Israel, Palestinians. (Reuters)

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