Morning roundup

Top Stories: Shock After Cantor's Loss; Iraqis Flee Mosul

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— 'Stunning': Reactions To Brat's Historic Upset Of Cantor In Virginia.

— 500,000 People Reportedly Flee Mosul After Iraqi City Falls.

And here are more early headlines:

Graham Defeats Tea Party Challengers In S.C. Primary. (Washington Post)

Hagel To Discuss Bergdahl Swap With Congress. (VOA)

House Passes Bill To Speed Veterans' Medical Care. (AP)

Texas Senator Cruz Renounces Canadian Citizenship. (CBC)

South Korean Police Fail To Find Man Linked With Ferry Accident. (Reuters)

San Antonio Spurs Blow Out Miami Heat, Set NBA Record. (Sports Illustrated)

World's Reported Oldest Man Dies In Bolivia At 123. (Telegraph)

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