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Morning Headlines: Wednesday, August 7

The Morning Joe headlines for Wednesday, August 7
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The Morning Joe headlines for Wednesday, August 7

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

Obama on Leno: We won’t be ‘terrorized’

Al Qaeda wanted attack to change balance of power in Middle East, sources say

Destroy it: Cleveland house of horrors to be razed

Fort Hood suspect: Evidence will ‘show that I am the shooter’

Fire Closes International Airport in Kenya

Washington Warily Takes On Housing Finance Shift

NYT editorial: What’s the point of a summit?

Bezos could use Amazon model of customer targeting to reboot the newspaper industry

Even Romney Warns GOP Against Government Shutdown

Bangladesh Factory Collapse Victims Still Waiting For Compensation

A-Rod back, but ‘O’ in suspended animation

Bezos Brings Promise of Innovation to Washington Post

Judge cuts Bradley Manning’s max possible sentence to 90 Years

Decades behind: Sexual assault unchecked as DOD ducks reform

Will Bezos be good for journalism?

White House ‘cannot rule anything out’ about where terrorists might strike

Harold Meyerson: A hard landing for the middle class