Top Stories: Fla. Gas Fire; Suspected Nazis Staying In U.S. : The Two-Way Also: A Taliban jailbreak frees hundreds of militants in Pakistan; Tropical Storm Flossie is downgraded; a European Union official visits ousted Egyptian president Morsi; and beleaguered San Diego mayor Bob Filner asks the city council to foot his legal bills in an alleged sexual harassment case.
NPR logo Top Stories: Fla. Gas Fire; Suspected Nazis Staying In U.S.

Top Stories: Fla. Gas Fire; Suspected Nazis Staying In U.S.

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— Explosions And Fire At Propane Tank Plant Injure At Least 7.

— Nazi War Criminals Reportedly Live In Limbo In U.S.

And here are more early headlines:

Flossie Downgraded To Tropical Depression. (Honolulu Star-Advertiser)

Italy's Top Court May Rule Today On Berlusconi Tax Conviction. (Businessweek)

Gunmen Free Hundreds Of Taliban Militants In Pakistan Jailbreak. (Telegraph)

Body Of Driver Recovered In Swiss Train Crash. (NBC)

E.U. Leader Visits Ousted Egyptian President Morsi. (Reuters)

Coalitions Form To Oppose Spitzer Bid For NYC Office. (New York Times)

8 Injured, Row Houses Leveled In Philadelphia Gas Explosion. (WCAU)

San Diego Mayor Asks Council To Pay Legal Bills From Alleged Harassment Case. (Los Angeles Times)