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Top Stories: Shooting At Conservative Lobby Group; NATO Helicopter Crash

Good morning, we're following these stories today:

Family Research Council Attacker Could Face Terrorism Charge.

11 Killed In Afghan Helicopter Crash; 3 Were U.S. Military Personnel. ( Update at 9 a.m. ET: 7 Americans Were Killed.)

More Carnage In Pakistan: Gunmen Execute About 20 Shiites.

Militants Stage Nighttime Attack On Pakistani Air Base; At Least 10 Killed. ( Washington Post)

Arab States Tell Citizens To Leave Lebanon Over Kidnapping Fears. ( Reuters)

Rev. Sun Myung Moon, Unification Church Founder, Is 'Gravely Ill'. ( Bloomberg)

Report: Ecuador Prepared To Let Wikileaks Founder Assange Live Indefinitely In Embassy In Britain. ( New York Times)

Unprecedented Wildfire Season Scorching More Land Than Ever In Western States. ( AP)

Dallas County Declares West Nile Virus Emergency After 10 Deaths. ( Star-Telegram)

One Winning Powerball Ticket Worth $337 Million Sold In Michigan. ( ABC)

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Korva Coleman is a newscaster for NPR.