Morning roundup

Top Stories: Unsafe Luxury Cars; New Documents In Colorado Shooting Case

Good morning - here are some stories we're following today:

Luxury Cars Do Poorly In New Type Of Crash Test.

Unsealed Documents 'Hint At The Evidence' In Colorado Shootings.

N.J. Gov. Chris Christie, Fla. Senator Marco Rubio To Give Key Speeches At Republican National Convention. (National Journal)

Western Wildfires Destroy Homes, Leave One Firefighter Dead. (AP)

Defected Syrian Prime Minister Claims Assad Regime Is Collapsing. (BBC)

In A Change, Iran Now Welcomes Aid For Earthquake Victims. (VOA)

French Youths Clash With Police For Second Night. (Reuters)

Violence Turns Deadly Between Two Unions At South African Platinum Mine. (

Educational Accrediting Agency Issues Warning To Penn State. (USA Today)

Conn. Woman Wrongly Billed For 25 Years For Streetlights, Gets Refund. (Hartford Courant)



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