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Top Stories: Drought Deepens; Pentagon Prepares; Clashes In Damascus
Originally published on Tue July 17, 2012 6:06 am
Our early headlines:
Other stories making headlines:
-- Consumer Prices Were Unchanged In June, Thanks To Drop In Gasoline. (Bureau of Labor Statistics)
-- "Court-Martial Begins In Texas Air Base Scandal." (Morning Edition)
-- Clashes Continue In Damascus; Live Updates. (The Guardian)
-- "Obama, Romney Keep Sniping Over Outsourcing." (CBS This Morning)
-- Federal Reserve Chairman Bernanke "In The Spotlight;" Testifies Today. (The Wall Street Journal's MarketBeat blog)
-- "North Korea Names New Army Vice Marshal." (Voice of America)
-- "Needles Found In Sandwiches On 4 U.S.-Bound Delta Flights." (Reuters)