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Top Stories: Pakistan Warning; Midwest Flooding

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

-- Americans Warned Not To Travel To Pakistan.

-- Powerball Jackpot Winners Include 16 N.J. County Workers.

-- Obama Set For News Conference Friday Afternoon.

-- Book News: Barbara Mertz, Mystery Novelist Of Many Names, Dies.

Other news:

-- "Heavy Rains Unleash Deadly Midwest Flooding." (The Associated Press, via The Weather Channel)

-- "Silver Fire" In Southern California "Grows To 11,000 Acres." (Southern California Public Radio)

-- "Amber Alert Kidnap Suspect May Be Using Explosives, Officials Say." (Los Angeles Times)

-- "Five Easy Pieces Actress Karen Black Dies At 74." (The Hollywood Reporter)

-- "Online 'Likes' Herd Others To Similar Views, Study Finds." (Bloomberg News)

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