Top Stories: UN School In Gaza Hit By Mortar Fire; U.S. GDP Jumps : The Two-Way Also: A water main break floods the UCLA campus; Obama has dinner in Missouri with 4 people who wrote to him; and Hall of Famer Vin Scully will continue announcing L.A. Dodgers games for a 66th year.
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Top Stories: UN School In Gaza Hit By Mortar Fire; U.S. GDP Jumps

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— Gaza Conflict: Shell Strikes UN School, Killing Up To 19 Who Sought Shelter.

— U.S. Economy Rebounds In Spring With GDP Expanding At 4 Percent Rate.

— Water Main Break Dumps Up To 10 Million Gallons, Flooding UCLA.

And here are more early headlines:

Obama In Missouri To Speak On U.S. Economy. (Kansas City Star)

U.S., E.U. Add New Economic Sanctions On Russia. (BBC)

Small Cars Don't Fare As Well In Crash Tests. (USA Today)

CDC Says Weather Kills 2,000 A Year In U.S., Mostly From Cold. (AP)

Hall Of Famer Vin Scully To Cover Dodgers Games For 66th Year. (MLB)