Morning Headlines: Monday, June 24 06/24/13 06:10 AMUpdated 09/13/13 08:47 AM facebook twitter like save share group discuss By Drew Katchen This photo provided by The Guardian Newspaper in London shows Edward Snowden, who worked as a contract employee at the National Security Agency, on Sunday,...The Guardian/AP Photo Here are the stories we’re reading this morning. What headlines are getting your attention? Off to Ecuador? World awaits Edward Snowden’s next move Colorado wildfire grows as blazes threaten West Nik Wallenda completes tightrope walk across Grand Canyon Nelson Mandela Still in Critical Condition China Is Said to Have Made Call to Let Leaker Depart States Reined In by 1965 Voting Rights Act Await a Decision Ecuador Recently Passed Law Further Restricting Press Freedom Want the story on the GOP’s immigration divide? Ask the Jeffs. E.J. Dionne: Boehner’s House implodes over flawed farm bill WSJ: Checkpoint Carlos George Zimmerman trial: Opening statements today US Bonds, China Deal Blow to Markets Transgendered 1st grader wins the right to use girls’ restroom Celts, Clippers agree on deal for Doc ‘Family Ties’ Creator Dies On Snowden’s trip, no good options for Obama Top 5 Senate immigration questions Israel Hits Gaza After Rocket Fire Bobby (Blue) Bland, Singer, Dies Frank Bruni: Don’t count on calorie counts Colorado wildfire grows as blazes threaten West Backpacks banned from Miami Heat victory parade American among 9 tourists killed in Pakistan Explore:National Security facebook twitter like save share group discuss More Like This Terrorism, Civil Liberties How NSA could keep spying National Security The handshake seen around the world Iran, Congress Iran deal saved by congressional ineptitude Society, National Security Can you guess Ed's favorite spot in America?