Morning roundup

Top Stories: Same-Sex Marriage In New Jersey; Cheney's Heart

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— Tears Of Joy As Same-Sex Marriages Begin In New Jersey.

— Cheney Says He Couldn't Overrule Doctors Who Declared Him Fit.

And here are more early headlines:

Report: NSA Collected Data On Millions Of French Phone Calls. (Le Monde)

Powerful Hurricane Stalls Off Mexico's Pacific Coast. (National Hurricane Center)

U.S. Resumes Aid To Pakistan As Pakistani Leader Prepares For U.S. Visit. (Reuters)

Smog Shuts Down Much Of Major Chinese City. (BBC)

Australian Wildfires Could Merge, Officials Declare Wider Emergency. (Sydney Morning Herald)

Microsoft Yanks Windows Update After Some Users Report Problems. (AP)

Gas Prices Fall To Lowest Levels In Nine Months. (Bloomberg)

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