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Top Stories: Royal Baby Wait; Mandela Improving

Former South African President Nelson Mandela has been in a Pretoria hospital since June 8. He's being treated for a life-threatening respiratory infection. Last week he turned 95 and a banner near the hospital drew admirers such as this woman.
Former South African President Nelson Mandela has been in a Pretoria hospital since June 8. He's being treated for a life-threatening respiratory infection. Last week he turned 95 and a banner near the hospital drew admirers such as this woman.

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

-- Royal Arrival Expected Soon: Kate's In Labor.

-- Search For More Murder Victims Ends In Cleveland.

-- Dozens Killed, Hundreds Injured By Earthquakes In China.

-- Book News: Scrapbooks Of Hemingway's Childhood Made Public.

-- VIDEO: 'Grandma Drummer' Says She Loves To Play.

Other stories making news:

-- Nelson Mandela Showing "Sustained Improvement," South African Government Says. ( Reuters)

-- "Detroit Bankruptcy: How Fast Will It Go?" ( Detroit Free Press)

-- In Phoenix, Monsoon "Spurs Flooding, Strands Motorists." ( The Arizona Republic)

-- "Pope Francis Leaves For Brazil Visit — Carrying His Own Bag." ( The Guardian)

-- "Best Round Of His Life" Gives Phil Mickelson The Win At British Open. ( ESPN)

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