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Top Stories: Immigration Plan; Google's Police Procedures

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

-- 'Path To Citizenship' Part Of Senators' Bipartisan Immigration Plan

-- Brazilian Nightclub Disaster: Toxic Smoke, Barriers Blamed For Horrible Toll

-- In Egypt: Protests Continue, Opposition Balks At Talks With Morsi

-- French And Malian Forces Take Airport In Timbuktu; Islamists Burn Library

Some of the morning's other top stories:

-- "Google Explains How It Handles Police Requests For Users' Data." (Morning Edition)

-- "Significant Activity" Detected In Former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's Brain; He Has Been Unconscious Since Suffering Brain Hemorrhage In 2007. (Haaretz)

-- "Toyota Again World's Largest Auto Maker." (The Wall Street Journal)

-- Assad's Grip On Power Is "Slipping Away," Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev Says. (CNN.com)

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