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Morning Headlines: Monday, July 1

Here are the stories we're reading this morning. What's caught your eye? 
 Hundreds of thousands take to the streets demanding Morsi's ouster 
Founder of whistleblowing website Wikileaks Julian Assange. (Photo by Luke MacGregor/Reuters)
Founder of whistleblowing website Wikileaks Julian Assange.

Here are the stories we're reading this morning. What's caught your eye?

Hundreds of thousands take to the streets demanding Morsi's ouster

Rising temperatures out West bring fires, traffic delays and death

President Obama invokes Mandela in speech to students at the Univ. of Cape Town 

Der Spiegel reports that U.S. tapped offices of EU officials and computer networks

Julian Assange says Snowden is 'marooned' in Russia, Ecuador's president concurs

Correa confirms Ecuador has revoked refugee documents that could have gotten Snowden to South America

Snowden presented as a hero on Russian television

McCain: Russian gov't thumb their nose at us no matter what the issue

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange planning run for Australian senate

Schumer's bold prediction: 'We'll pass this senate bill by the end of the year'

Parades all across the country draw huge crowds following court rulings

Justice Kennedy denied prop 8 supporters' request to halt gay marriages on Saturday

Median CEO pay up 16% last year from 2011 levels

Helicopter makes emergency landing in the Hudson river Sunday

31-year-old veteran acrobat dies after 50 ft fall during performance in Las Vegas

Former dictator of Chad arrested on Sunday on allegations of 40,000 murdersThousands participate in massive Gettysburg reenactment honoring 150th anniversary of the battle