Morning roundup

Top Stories: Facebook's IPO Debut, Greek Woes Shake Stocks

Good Friday morning - here are some of the stories we're looking at.

Like It Or Not, It's Facebook's Day On Wall Street.

Greek Debt And Spanish Banks Downgraded, Asian And European Stocks Wobble On Euro Fears. (Reuters)

Obama Administration Nominates Ambassador To Myanmar, Inches Toward Normalizing Relations. (Wall Street Journal)

NATO Summit This Weekend In Chicago, Protests And More: What To Expect. (Chicago Tribune)

Olympic Torch Arrives In Britain; Soccer Star David Beckham First Torchbearer. (BBC)

Mississippi Highway Murder Suspect Arrested, Did Not Impersonate Cop. (AP)

Spectacular Solar Eclipse Coming This Sunday. (MSNBC)

John Edwards Corruption Trial Goes To Jury. (Los Angeles Times)

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