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Top Stories: Obama Discusses Iran Accord; Iraq Mass Graves

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- Obama Compares Iran Deal To A House Under Contract, Awaiting Appraisal.

-- In Reclaimed Tikrit, Mass Graves From ISIS's Brutal Occupation.

-- Sen. Rand Paul Poised To Announce 2016 Presidential Run.

And here are more early headlines:

Lufthansa Not Required To Inform Officials About Crashed Co-Pilot's Depression. ( Reuters)

U.S. Officials Urge Fast Upgrade To Oil Tank Rail Cars. ( Bloomberg)

Mississippi River Closed To Traffic In La. After Multi-Ship Collision. ( NOLA.com)

Turnout Watched In Local Election Today In Ferguson, Missouri. ( The Root)

Voters Cast Ballots In Chicago Runoff Mayoral Election. ( WMAQ-TV)

Officials Investigating Nissan Versa Issue: Mats May Trap Drivers' Feet. ( AP)

Clashes Reported In Nepal Strike Called By Opposition Supporters. ( AP)

2 Dads Take Sons On Trip From Canada To KFC Birthplace. ( Toronto Sun)

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