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Top Stories: Troubled Syrian Peace Talks; Xerox To Split Into 2 Firms

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— Xerox To Split Into Two Companies: One For Documents, One For Processes.

— Reaction To U.N. Envoy's Video Shows Difficulties Of Syria Peace Talks.

And here are more early headlines:

The FBI Releases Video Of Shooting Of Oregon Militant. (OPB)

Scientists Concerned About Spreading Zika Virus At Brazil Olympic Games. (New York Times)

Calif. Jail Teacher Arrested, Charged With Helping 3 Inmates Escape. (Los Angeles Times)

Prosecutors Say At Least 1 More Victim In Former Speaker Hastert's Case. (Chicago Sun Times)

Iran Claims It Flew Drone Over U.S. Navy Warship And Took Photos. (AP)

Wisconsin Police Recover 41,000 Pounds Of Stolen Cheese. (USA Today)

Paul Kantner, Guitarist For Jefferson Airplane, Dies. (Rolling Stone)