Top Stories: Destructive Midwest Storms; Deadly Pakistan Heat : The Two-Way Also: Japan commemorates the WW2 Battle of Okinawa; a short radar failure briefly grounds all flights in New Zealand; and a solar storm could mean dramatic skies at sunset tonight.
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Top Stories: Destructive Midwest Storms; Deadly Pakistan Heat

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- Death Toll From Heatwave In Pakistan Tops 450.

-- Severe Storms Rake Midwest, Damaging Homes, Businesses.

And here are more early headlines:

Senate Will Again Take Up A Controversial Trade Bill. (New York Times)

Tornado, Damaging Winds Cause Damage In Upper Midwest. (USA Today)

Senate Overwhelmingly Confirms New TSA Chief. (The Hill)

Japan Commemorates 70th Anniversary Of WW2 Okinawa Battle. (Deutsche Welle)

Britain Arrests Rwandan Official On Alleged War Crimes Charges. (VOA)

Radar Failure Briefly Grounds All New Zealand Flights. (Perth Now)

Visa Program Glitch Stops Mexican Farm Workers From Coming To U.S. (Omaha World-Herald)

Solar Storm Could Mean Spectacular Skies Tonight. (Washington Post)