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For June 22, 2012 – Jury begins second day of deliberations in Jerry Sandusky case, a deadly standoff ends at Afghan hotel and Lebron James leads Heat to NBA title...
• Jury begins second day of deliberations in Sandusky case: "The jury considering the fate of Jerry Sandusky will reconvene Friday for a second day of deliberations. Jurors deliberated until about 9:30 p.m. Thursday before breaking off, and will review testimony from two witnesses when they resume their duties Friday morning."
• Deadly standoff ends at Afghan hotel: "Taliban militants attacked a hotel near Kabul on Friday and seized dozens of hostages, sparking a fierce gun battle with Afghan and NATO troops that left 26 people dead, authorities said."
• Congress investigates air leak, possible safety lapses at CDC lab: "The Biosafety Level 3 lab at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta is the subject of a congressional investigation after a potentially dangerous airflow leak at that lab, CNN has learned."
• World markets slump on double dose of bad news: "World markets sold off Friday, after Moody's downgraded 15 major banks and a worse-than-expected report on German confidence."
• Lebron James leads Heat to NBA title: "The Miami Heat defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder 121-106 Thursday night in Miami to win the NBA championship in five games. League MVP LeBron James scored 26 points, and had 11 rebounds and 13 assists for Miami."