Morning roundup

Top Stories: Spacewalk Resumes; Fears Grow In South Sudan

Good morning.

One early Tuesday headline and two from Monday evening:

WATCH LIVE: Space Station Spacewalk

Alan Turing, Who Cracked Nazi Code, Gets Posthumous Pardon

150 Marines To Be Sent For Possible Mission In South Sudan

Other stories making headlines:

— "South Sudan sees 'mass ethnic killings.' " (BBC News)

Related: Power struggle fuels violence in South Sudan (Morning Edition)

— "Edward Snowden, after months of NSA revelations, says his mission's accomplished." (The Washington Post)

— "Target: Justice Dept. investigates its data breach." (The Associated Press)

— "Judge won't stop the weddings." In Utah, "most counties hand out marriage licenses to same-sex couples." (The Salt Lake Tribune)

— Execution of North Korean leader's uncle "tied to clash over businesses." (The New York Times)

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