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Top Stories: Armstrong Loses Drug Case; Tropical Storm Isaac's Path

Good morning - we're following these stories today:

Lance Armstrong's Seven Tour De France Titles Are Effectively Gone.

And here are more early stories:

Norwegian Mass Shooter Declared Sane, Jailed For 21 Years. (CNN)

'Poorly Organized' Tropical Storm Isaac Rumbles Over Hispaniola, Aims For Gulf. (National Hurricane Center)

Romney May Be Nominated Two Days Early At GOP Convention. (Politico)

Washington State Police Arrest Former U.S. Ambassador Ryan Crocker For Hit-And-Run And DUI. (KXLY)

Lightning Sparks New Western Fires As Crews Struggle To Contain Existing Blazes. (UPI)

Pakistan Says U.S. Missiles Kill Several Militants Near Afghan Border. (AP)

New Talks Today Between Iran And U.N.'s Nuclear Agency. (Radio Free Europe)

Murdoch-Owned British Paper Publishes Nude Photos Of Prince Harry In Vegas. (Reuters)

South African Hippo Dies Before Rescue From Lodge Swimming Pool. (BBC)



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