Top Stories: Congress Mulls Syrian Attack; Morsi Charged : The Two-Way Also: The U.S. Marines' website is reportedly hacked; the fire in Yosemite National Park is California's fourth largest ever; Vodafone may sell a wireless company for billions of dollars; and endurance swimmer Diana Nyad is close to reaching Key West after starting a swim from Cuba on Saturday.
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Top Stories: Congress Mulls Syrian Attack; Morsi Charged

Happy Labor Day! Here are our current stories:

— Syria Resolution Could Be A Hard Sell On Capitol Hill.

— Egypt Charges Former President Mohammed Morsi, Others.

And here are more early headlines:

Report: U.S. Marines' Website Apparently Hacked By Assad Backers. (CNN)

American Endurance Swimmer Poised To Set Record. (Time)

Yosemite Fire Now California's Fourth Largest. (AP)

Report: Vodafone Ready To Sell Wireless Unit For Billions. (Bloomberg)

Mandela, Still Critical, Goes Home From Hospital. (Globe and Mail)

Former Nazi Soldier On Trial For Slaying Of Dutch Resistance Fighter. (BBC)

Remembering British Journalist David Frost. (Guardian)

Reminder: Book News is on vacation today. But Annalisa Quinn is keeping an eye on her Twitter messages. She asks that "hot tips, scurrilous attacks and existential questions" be directed to @annalisa_quinn.