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In this June 25, 2014 photo, a group of immigrants from Honduras and El Salvador who crossed the U.S.-Mexico border illegally are stopped in Granjeno, Texas. Just since October, the Border Patrol's Rio Grande Valley sector has made more than 194,000 arrests, nearly triple that of any other sector. Most are from Central America, and many are children. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu chairs the weekly cabinet meeting in his office in Jerusalem, Sunday, July 6, 2014. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday said Israel would act calmly and responsibly in the face of rising Israeli-Palestinian hostilities, just hours after Israel's military carried out airstrikes on 10 sites in the Gaza Strip. (AP Photo/Gali Tibbon, Pool)
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FILE - In this Jan. 20, 2012, file photo, passengers queue up for a security check at Pudong International Airport in Shanghai, China. The Transportation Security Administration is requiring passengers at some overseas airports that offer U.S.-bound flights to power on their electronic devices, the agency said Sunday, July 6, 2014. It says devices that won’t power up won’t be allowed on planes, and those travelers may have to undergo additional screening. (AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko, File)
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A consumer's guide to marijuana use, published by the Washington State Liquor Control Board, sits on a counter at the Cannabis City marijuana retail shop days before the grand opening Wednesday, July 2, 2014, in Seattle. Pot is expected to go on sale beginning Tuesday, July 8, the first day that recreational marijuana can legally be sold in Washington state. The shop is expected to be the first licensed retailer in Seattle. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)
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This undated image made available by the Churchill Archive Centre shows Vasili Mitrokhin's handwritten copy of the KGB First Chief Directorate Lexicon. Original documents from one of the biggest intelligence leaks in history - a who's who of Soviet spying - were released Monday, July 7, 2014, after being held in secret for two decades. The files smuggled out of Russia in 1992 by senior KGB official Vasili Mitrokhin describe sabotage plots, booby-trapped weapons caches and armies of agents under cover in the West - the real-life inspiration for the fictional Soviet moles in TV series "The Americans." (AP Photo/Churdhil Archive Centre)
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This undated photo provided by Kirkland & Ellis LLP shows lawyer Neil Eggleston. Instead of easing towards the comfortable retirement he built on the high-stakes representation of prominent Washington officials and corporate clients, Eggleston is returning to a grueling job, that of chief counsel to a White House under siege on many legal fronts. President Barack Obama faces multiple congressional investigations, the promise of even more if Republicans take control of the Senate, and pushback from the Supreme Court. Add to that the latest challenge, House Speaker John Boehner’s threat of a lawsuit accusing the president of failing to carrying out laws passed by Congress. (AP Photo/Kirkland & Ellis LLP)
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This image made from video posted on a militant website Saturday, July 5, 2014, which has been authenticated based on its contents and other AP reporting, purports to show the leader of the Islamic State group, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, delivering a sermon at a mosque in Iraq. A video posted online Saturday purports to show the leader of the Islamic State extremist group that has overrun much of Syria and Iraq delivering a sermon at a mosque in Iraq, in what would be a rare - if not the first - public appearance by the shadowy militant. (AP Photo/Militant video)
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In this June 25, 2014 photo, Frances Tangherlini, a surgical intern, practices knot tying sutures during an intern boot camp exercise taught by Northwestern Memorial Hospital and Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago. Brand-new doctors often launch right into patient care within weeks of graduating from medical school. To make sure their skills are up to snuff, many medical schools and hospitals run crash courses in the basics for these new interns. (AP Photo/Stacy Thacker)
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Novak Djokovic of Serbia eats the grass on centre court as he celebrates defeating Roger Federer of Switzerland in the men's singles final at the All England Lawn Tennis Championships in Wimbledon, London, Sunday July 6, 2014. (AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin)

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:

1. WHERE TO FIND GROUND ZERO FOR SURGE IN ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION

A deputy working the border in South Texas describes being approached by 50 people at a time, immigrants looking to turn themselves in and stay in the states while they await processing. He says the last two months have been “chaos.”

2. JEWISH SUSPECTS ARRESTED IN SLAYING OF PALESTINIAN TEEN

Israel’s leader calls for calm after authorities mark a breakthrough in a case that touched off violent protests in Arab sections of Jerusalem and northern Israel.

3. WHY AIRPORTS ARE ASKING PEOPLE TO TURN THEIR PHONES ON–NOT OFF

With concern about al-Qaida’s efforts to produce a bomb that would go undetected through security, some U.S.-bound passengers will be asked to power on their electronic devices before boarding.

4. WHO'S PREPARING FOR HISTORIC SALES

With the clock ticking down to the start of legal weed sales in Washington state, store owners hoping to start selling on Tuesday are consumed by details as they try to make sure there’s pot on the shelves.

5. THE SPY WHO CAME IN FROM THE COLD

With a who’s who of the liquored, loyal and loose-lipped, a KGB defector stole away from the Soviet Union, bringing to the West a dossier of secrets amounting to one of the biggest intelligence leaks in history.

6. LAWYER RETURNS FROM PRIVATE PRACTICE TO HELP WHITE HOUSE

Neil Eggleston has the challenge of preparing for a lawsuit by House Speaker John Boehner against President Barack Obama without yet knowing exactly what the legal arguments will be.

7. POLL FINDS DISTASTE, DISTRUST FOR PARTIES AMONG AMERICANS

An Associated Press-GfK survey finds that while many in the U.S. don’t really like the Democrats or the Republicans, most continue to align with one or the other.

8. IRAQ ANALYZING TAPE SHOWING TOP MILITANT

The video believed to show Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi delivering a sermon at a mosque in Mosul would be the first public appearance for the Islamic State group leader.

9. INTERNS GET VALUABLE TRAINING IN MEDICAL BOOT CAMP

New doctors receive refreshers on surgical instruments and how to break bad news to patients before they begin their residencies.

10. HOW DJOKOVIC STOPPED FEDERER FROM MAKING HISTORY

The Serbian tennis star captured his second title at Wimbledon, preventing the Swiss legend from winning a record eighth.

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