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Top Stories: Charges Coming In Colorado; Olympic Swimming Records Smashed

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

Long Legal Process Begins For Colorado Shooting Suspect; Charges To Be Filed Today.

Syrian Conflict: Refugees Race To Escape; Battle Goes On In Aleppo.

Grid Failure In India Cuts Power To 370 Million.

Other stories making headlines:

— "U.S. Construction Projects In Afghanistan Challenged By Inspector General's Report." (The Washington Post)

— Romney Comments At Fundraiser Outrage Palestinian Officials; He Cites Jewish Culture As Reason For Israel's Stronger Economy. (The Associated Press / Bloomberg Businessweek)

— McCain Dismisses Criticism From Cheney Of Palin Pick. (Politico)

— "Olympic Swimming Records Smashed, Hopes Dashed." (Morning Edition)

Reminder: NPR's Olympics blog, The Torch, is following the action and the stories from London.



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