Morning roundup

Top Stories: Cease-Fire Ends In Gaza; Time Warner Rejects Murdoch Offer

Good morning, here are some of our early stories:

— Israel Warns People To Leave Gaza As Cease-Fire Debate Continues.

— Murdoch Confirms A Spurned Bid For Time Warner.

— Temporary Fix For Highway Money Is Well-Traveled Road.

And here are more early headlines:

Report: GM Failed To Reveal Key Information On Defect To Regulators. (New York Times)

Civilians Killed As Ukraine, Russia Cite Cross-Border Strikes. (Wall Street Journal)

Two Subway Workers Arrested In Deadly Moscow Derailment. (BBC)

Missouri Execution Halted As Federal Judge Grants Second Stay. (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

Az. Protesters Rally Against Migrants Who Were Never Scheduled To Arrive. (AZCentral)

Want To Be A Lumberjack? Here, Take This Class. (AP)

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