Top Stories: Greece Bailout Vote; Space Station Supply Capsule Launched : The Two-Way Also: Thousands in Tennessee are still out of their homes after a train derailment; the U.N. says Burundi's elections weren't fair; and spiders use silk to sail on ocean water.

Top Stories: Greece Bailout Vote; Space Station Supply Capsule Launched

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- Hours From Greek Referendum, Pro-Bailout Side Holds Slight Edge.

-- Russia Finally Launches Supplies To ISS After Earlier Failures.

And here are more early headlines:

Negotiators Continue Work On Iran Nuclear Accord. (VOA)

Derailed Train Car Stops Smoking In Tennessee, Thousands Evacuated. (AP)

ACLU Sues Kentucky County For Refusing Same Sex Marriage Licenses. (Courier-Journal)

U.N. Says Burundi's Elections Weren't Fair Or Free. (Guardian)

Truck With Fireworks Catches Fire In Nevada, Shutting A Freeway. (Las Vegas Sun)

Solar Plane Heads For Hawaii On A Record Flight. (Honolulu Star-Advertiser)

Some Spiders Use Silk To Sail On Oceans. (New Scientist)