Morning roundup

Top Stories: Weiner Scandal; Snowden's Likely Departure

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

Weiner's Own Words: Saying One Thing, Doing Another?

Russia May Soon Let Snowden Leave Airport.

Gas Well On Fire After Blowout In Gulf Of Mexico.

Book News: Chuck Palahniuk Working On 'Fight Club' Sequel.

Other stories making headlines:

— "Egyptian Army Chief Calls For Street Protests." (BBC News)

— "Bikinis Make Way For Rosaries" As Young Gather To See Pope In Brazil. (Reuters)

— "House To Vote On Defunding NSA Phone Surveillance." (Morning Edition)

— In San Diego, "Harassment Scandal Grows As Second Woman Comes Forward" To Accuse Mayor Filner. (KPBS)

— "Third Victim In East Cleveland Killings Identified." (Plain Dealer)

— Star Government Witness Accuses Mobster "Whitey" Bulger Of Pedophilia. (WBUR)

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