Morning roundup

Top Stories: Fort Hood Trial Resumes; Fire Spreads In Calif.

Good morning (and our apologies for being late with this).

Some of our early headlines:

Judge Says Nidal Hasan Can Represent Himself In Fort Hood Trial

Report: NSA Is Searching 'Vast Amounts' Of Americans' Emails

'Total Disgrace': Jackie Robinson Statue Defaced In Brooklyn

'New York Times' Is Not For Sale, Sulzberger Says

Fannie Mae Books $10.1 Billion In Second-Quarter Profits

3 Winning Powerball Tickets Sold: 2 In N.J., 1 In Minnesota

Burglars Return Loot To Group That Helps Sex Assault Victims

Stars And Stripes: Pair Of Sumatran Tigers Born At National Zoo

World-Record Snakehead Fish Caught In U.S.

Other stories in the news:

— Wildfire In Southern California "Grows To 10,000 Acres; One Person Burned 'Head To Toe.' " (Los Angeles Times)

— 4 Killed, 4 Wounded In Dallas-area Shooting Rampage. (The Dallas Morning News)

— "Suspect's Vehicle In California Murder-abduction Case Seen In Oregon." (Reuters)

— Suicide Bomber In Quetta, Pakistan, Kills At Least 28. (BBC News)

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