Morning roundup

Top Stories: No Debt Deal Likely; Suspect Arrested In Alleged NYC Bomb Plot

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

Superfailure Looks Likely; Then What?.

Death Toll Rising In Cairo After Crackdown In Tahrir Square.

UC Davis Pepper-Spraying: Police Chief Put On Leave, Chancellor To Speak.

Seattle Mariners Outfielder Halman Stabbed To Death, Brother Arrested.

Other stories making headlines:

— Suspect Arrested In Alleged New York City Bomb Plot. (NPR staff and wires)

— Saif al-Islam Gadhafi Captured In Libya. (Al-Jazerra)

— "Stock Futures Fall." (Bloomberg News)

— "Fears After Spain Election" Pull Markets Down. (BBC News)

— "Taliban, Pakistan Said To Have Started Peace Talks." (Reuters)



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