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  1. A former University of Delaware graduate student convicted of secretly filming women in campus restrooms has been sentenced to two years in prison. Thirty-nine-year-old Javier Mendiola-Soto, a Mexican national, will likely be deported when his sentence is complete. He also hid cameras in the restroom at the Goodwill and his home in Newark, where he lived with female roommates.
  2. Overnight talks did not produce a working agreement for Iran’s nuclear program as a midnight deadline approaches. Diplomats from the U.S., Britain, China, France, Germany and Russia met separately and then with Iran’s foreign minister, in attempt to reach a framework for the final accord. Differences reportedly remain on how long Iran must limit nuclear research and development as well as the pace and the extent of the sanctions removal.
  3. If you have an all-day hankering for an egg mcmuffin, here’s good news! McDonald’s is testing serving breakfast all day starting next month in the San Diego area. The breakfast-all-day testing won’t include the full breakfast menu, however, and McDonald’s has yet to announce which items will be available.
  4. Roughly a third of American adults don’t have any emergency savings, with no cushion to fall back on if they lose a job or have to deal with another crisis. A NeighborWorks Survey shows of the 1,035 adults who took part in the poll, 34% had no money set aside for an emergency, while 47% said their savings would cover their living expenses for 90 days or less.
  5.  Metal detectors will be up and running at Citizens Bank Park this season and everyone at every gate will have to pass through one.  The Phillies say you will have to allow for a little extra time as you head into the park. You will have to show Cell phones, cameras and keys and security urges everyone to check their list of prohibited items