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Morning Headlines: Monday, July 29

Anthony Weiner's campaign manager calls it quits and more in Monday's headlines.
/ Source: Morning Joe

Anthony Weiner's campaign manager calls it quits and more in Monday's headlines.

Here are the headlines we’re reading this morning. Which headlines are getting your attention?

Anthony Weiner’s campaign manager calls it quits

More Americans say they’re suffering after sequester, NBC News/WSJ poll finds

Obama Says He Has Narrowed Decision on Next Fed Chairman

Deadly storms to rage across much of US; 2 drown in river

Israeli, Palestinian officials to resume talks in Washington

White House Muted in Response to New Mass Killing in Egypt

Momentum Builds Against N.S.A. Surveillance

Estimated $50 Million Jewel Theft at Hotel

E.J. Dionne: Holder fights to protect voting rights in Texas, North Carolina

80 Percent Of U.S. Adults Face Near-Poverty, Unemployment: Survey

Report: Major Broadcaster To Drop Limbaugh, Hannity

Wave of Car Bombs Kills Dozens in Iraq

Edward Snowden welcome in Venezuela? Not so much

Cuccinelli seeks to flip 2012 script

Poll: Abortion key for Va. voters

Why Janet Yellen is the sexist–that is, the better–choice for Fed chair

Lew: Enough with economic ‘brinksmanship’ in Congress

Carrie Rosefsky Wickham: Egypt’s missed opportunity

Pope Francis delivers mass before reported 3 million faithful in Brazil

Steven Greenhouse: Fighting Back Against Wretched Wages