Today's Top Stories: Jobs Plan, Wildfires, Terror Threat : The Two-Way Meanwhile, in northeastern Pennsylvania and southeastern New York State, flooding continues but the Susquehanna River's waters have begun to recede. More than 100,000 people have had to leave their homes.
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Today's Top Stories: Jobs Plan, Wildfires, Terror Threat

Good morning.

A lot's been happening since last evening, and we've already posted about:

Terror Threat Is 'A Tip,' And Isn't 'Rock-Solid'

Power Coming Back On In San Diego; Human Error Blamed

Texas Wildfires: 'Aerial Assault' To Start Today

Interpol Issues Arrest Warrants For Gadhafi And His Son

President's Plan Would Have 'Substantial, Powerful Effect,' Geithner Says

Other stories making headlines include:

— Along the Susquehanna River in northeast Pennsylvania: "Flood Waters Begin Fall From Late Thursday Peaks." (The Times-Tribune in Scranton)

— Bank of America's job cuts may total 40,000. (The Wall Street Journal)

— "Slipping Bachmann Seeks Jolt For GOP Campaign." (The Associated Press)