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Top Stories: Feds Reportedly Seek Passwords; Egypt's Morsi Accused

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

Report: Feds Have Asked Web Firms For Users' Passwords.

San Diego Mayor Must Go, His Party Says; Accuser Count At 7.

Lincoln Memorial Closed After Being Splattered With Paint.

Call Clouseau! 'Pink Panther' Thief Escapes From Swiss Jail.

Book News: Amazon Posts Loss As It Focuses On Long Game.

Other news:

— "Egyptian Court Accuses Morsi Of Espionage." (The New York Times)

— "Kremlin Says Russian, U.S. Security Agencies In Talks On Snowden." (Reuters)

— Plea Deal Possibly In Works As Man Accused In Cleveland Kidnappings Is Due At Court Hearing. (WCPN's Ideastream)

— "Weiner, Dropping In Polls, Says He Swapped Lewd Messages With Three Woman After Resignation." (NY1.com)

— "5 Men Accused Of Stealing Credit, Debit Card Numbers." (Morning Edition)

— "Southwest Plane Landed Nose First In LaGuardia Accident." (Bloomberg News)

From the NPR Newscast: NPR's Kirk Siegler on the investigation into the crash at LaGuardia

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