Morning roundup

Top Stories: Drug Law Changes; Egypt's Warning To Protesters

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

Timely Idea? Holder To Pitch Changes To Drug Enforcement

Retired Idaho Sheriff Credited For Teen's Discovery

Book News: Does Lance Armstrong Have The Right To Lie In His Memoirs?

Other stories in the news:

— "Egypt's Government Warns Protest Camps Could Be Seized." (Morning Edition)

— "Nazi War Crimes Suspect Laszlo Csatary Dies." (BBC News)

— "Sinkhole Causes Resort Near Disney World To Collapse." (Central Florida News)

— Jury In "Whitey" Bulger Trial To Resume Deliberations. (WBUR and WGBH)

— "PayPal Founder Elon Musk To Reveal 'Hyperloop' Plans." (TechWorld)

— "Another Season Down, No Majors For Tiger Woods." (USA Today)

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