Morning roundup

Top Stories: Remembering JFK; Philippines Death Toll Rises

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— Remembering JFK By Rewatching His Inaugural Address.

— Death Toll In Philippines Rises Above 5,000.

And here are more early headlines:

Differences Remain In Iran Nuclear Talks. (Reuters)

Chris Christie Elected Head Of GOP Governors Association. (CNN)

Utah Attorney General Quits Following Accusations Of Corruption. (Deseret News)

Latvia Supermarket Collapse Kills Dozens. (BBC)

Officials Doubt Reports African Warlord Kony Wants To Surrender. (VOA)

Michael Weiner Dies, Was Major League Baseball's Union Chief. (MLB.org)

Cell Phone Providers Won't Charge For Unwanted Third-Party Messages. (CNET)

New Jersey Tests Online Gambling, Some Glitches Reported. (AP)

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