Morning roundup

Top Stories: Looming Debt Ceiling; New Supreme Court Cases

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— Hours Ahead Of Debt Ceiling, Congress Scrambles For A Deal.

— Justices To Hear Cases On Self-Incrimination, Freezing Assets.

And here are more early headlines:

Iran Uses PowerPoint To Outline Latest Nuclear Plan. (New York Times)

L.A. Airport Worker Arrested In Connection With Dry Ice 'Bombs'. (Los Angeles Times)

New Jersey Holds Special Election For U.S. Senate. (AP)

Federal Judge To Rule Today On Michigan Gay Marriage Ban. (Detroit Free Press)

Typhoon Brushes Japanese Coast, Triggering Deadly Mudslides. (Reuters)

Death Toll Rising After Powerful Philippines Quake. (CNN)

Nirvana, Ronstadt, Hall & Oates Nominated For Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame. (Rolling Stone)

Injured Kangaroo Seeks Help In Australian Airport Pharmacy. (Telegraph)

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