Morning roundup

Top Stories: Egyptian Crackdown; U.S. Cargo Plane Crash

Good morning, here are our top stories:

— Deaths Reported In Cairo As Forces Move On Morsi Supporters.

— DEVELOPING: Cargo Plane Crashes In Alabama.

— AOL CEO Apologizes For Public Firing.

And here are more early headlines:

Hostage Taker Kills One, Is Fatally Shot In Louisiana Bank. (USA Today)

Explosion Traps Indian Sailors Aboard Sub Docked In Port. (NDTV)

Israeli - Palestinian Peace Talks To Resume. (BBC)

Typhoon Hits Southern China, Taiwan. (Reuters)

North, South Korea Will Reopen Joint Industrial Park. (VOA)

Jesse Jackson, Jr. Sentencing Hearing Today. (Chicago Sun-Times)

Idaho Wildfire Scorches Hundreds Of Miles, Hundreds Flee. (Twin Falls Times-News)

Report: Duck Dynasty Star Wooed To Run For La. House Seat. (Washington Examiner)

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