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Morning Headlines: Tuesday, June 11

The Morning Joe headlines for Tuesday, June 11
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The Morning Joe headlines for Tuesday, June 11

Here are the stories we’re reading today. What headlines are getting your attention?

Obama administration drops fight for age restrictions on morning-after pill

Most Americans back NSA tracking phone records, prioritize probes over privacy

Affirmative action support hits record low

Hiding in Hong Kong, what can Snowden do now?

Riot police in Taksim Square clashes as Turkey protests intensify

Eugene Robinson: Edward Snowden’s NSA leaks show we need a debate

Edward Snowden faces strong extradition treaty if he remains in Hong Kong

Gauging leaks fallout: Just how bad could it be?

Richard Cohen: The NSA is doing what Google does

U.S. Relies on Spies for Hire to Sift Deluge of Intelligence

Threat prompts lockdown of Newtown, Conn., schools

Obama is no George W. Bush, says Carney

Watch President Obama Debate Himself On Government Surveillance

Rand Paul: Big Brother Really Is Watching Us

Bombs in Damascus Kill at Least 14

Global shares, dollar dip as BOJ disappoints

Apple unveils new operating systems, iTunes Radio

What to do with Tim Tebow

Nelson Mandela’s relatives fly from around the world to be at his bedside, as he faces fourth day in hospital

Kanye Confirms Daft Punk, Justin Vernon, TNGHT, Chief Keef, Rick Rubin Worked on

WikiLeaks trial builds toward video of 2009 Afghanistan airstrike that killed civilians