Morning roundup

Top Stories: Boston Bombing Suspect In Court; Egypt Latest

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— Boston Bombing Suspect To Appear, Survivors To Be In Court.

— Reports: Egypt Orders Arrest Of Muslim Brotherhood Leader.

— Investors Brace For News Out Of Fed Minutes.

And here are more early headlines:

Coroner Identifies Plane Crash Victim Possibly Hit By Truck. (San Francisco Chronicle)

Investigators Focus On Brakes In Canadian Oil Train Explosion. (BBC)

Tropical Storm Chantal Aims For Hispaniola With Heavy Wind, Rain. (Miami Herald)

Defense Could Rest In Zimmerman Trial, Further Rulings Expected. (Orlando Sentinel)

Fire Damages Historic 17th Century Paris Hotel. (The Guardian)

Radiation Level Increases On One Side Of Damaged Fukushima Plant. (The Wall Street Journal)

Tribune Co. To Spin Off L.A. Times; Chicago Tribune. (Los Angeles Times)

19-Foot Python Falls Through Ceiling Into Australian Store, Hides For A Day. (The Associated Press)

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