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Top Stories: Secret Service Chief Will Testify On Scandal; Egyptians Vote Today

Good morning, here are some of the news stories we're looking at:

Secret Service Director Will Testify Before Senate Panel On Prostitution Scandal. ( Washington Post)

Finally, Egyptians Have Their Say.

Sensitive Talks Open In Iraq Between Western Nations And Iran Over Nuclear Program. ( Reuters)

33 years In Prison For Pakistani Doctor Who Aided Hunt For Bin Laden.

Jurors Ask For More Evidence In John Edwards Trial, Head Into Fourth Day Of Deliberations. ( Los Angeles Times)

Prosecutor Will Release Evidence In Band Hazing Death At Florida A&M University. ( Orlando Sentinel)

Former First Lady Nancy Reagan Recovering At Home From Fall That Broke Ribs. ( CBS)

Daughter Of Cuban President Gets Visa, Arrives In U.S. For Academic Conference, Will Speak On Sex Education. ( San Jose Mercury News)

One Future For Houston's Aging Astrodome Could Be Demolition. ( KHOU)

NFL Star Donald Driver And Partner Win Dancing With The Stars Competition. ( Entertainment Weekly)

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