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Top Stories: Looming Debt Ceiling; New Supreme Court Cases

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- Hours Ahead Of Debt Ceiling, Congress Scrambles For A Deal.

-- Justices To Hear Cases On Self-Incrimination, Freezing Assets.

And here are more early headlines:

Iran Uses PowerPoint To Outline Latest Nuclear Plan. ( New York Times)

L.A. Airport Worker Arrested In Connection With Dry Ice 'Bombs'. ( Los Angeles Times)

New Jersey Holds Special Election For U.S. Senate. ( AP)

Federal Judge To Rule Today On Michigan Gay Marriage Ban. ( Detroit Free Press)

Typhoon Brushes Japanese Coast, Triggering Deadly Mudslides. ( Reuters)

Death Toll Rising After Powerful Philippines Quake. ( CNN)

Nirvana, Ronstadt, Hall & Oates Nominated For Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame. ( Rolling Stone)

Injured Kangaroo Seeks Help In Australian Airport Pharmacy. ( Telegraph)

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