Morning roundup

Top Stories: Navy Yard Shooting Latest; Cruise Ship Uprighted

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— Navy Yard Shootings; No Second Shooter; Victims' IDs Emerge.

— Mission Success: Costa Concordia Is Vertical.

And here are more early stories:

Death Toll Rises In Two Mexican Tropical Storms. (AP)

U.S. Says Report Holds Syria Accountable For Nerve Gas. (BBC)

Islamist Leader Given Death Penalty In Bangladesh. (Al Jazeera)

Facebook, Twitter, Reappear In Some Parts Of Iran. (Washington Post)

Company Will Pay To Clean Up Molasses Spill In Hawaii Harbor. (AP)

Jackson Jr. Items To Be Auctioned To Pay Fines. (Chicago Tribune)

Porn Trade Group To Resume Movie Production After HIV Scare. (Los Angeles Times)

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