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Top Stories: Crisis Continues In Egypt; Wildfires Burn In West

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

Egypt: U.S. Aid 'Secretly' Cut; Brotherhood Leader Arrested.

History Made With Charges Against Pakistan's Musharraf.

U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz To Renounce Canadian Citizenship.

Book News: Albert Murray, Opponent Of Black Separatism, Dies At 97.

Prince George's First Official Photos Break With Tradition.

Other headlines:

— Documents Detail Boston Boston Bombing Suspect's Injuries. (CNN.com)

— "Wildfires Burning In 11 Western States." (CBS News)

— Staff Sgt. Robert Bales Expected To Face Victims At Sentencing Hearing; He Killed 16 Afghan Civilians. (The Associated Press)

— Delaware Attorney Gen. Beau Biden, Son Of Vice President, Being Treated For Disorientation And Weakness. (The News Journal)

— "Dick Van Dyke 'Fine' After Rescue From His Burning Car." (Los Angeles Times)

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