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Top Stories: Bombing In Somalia; Mortgage Crisis; Bear Market

Good morning.

Our headlines so far today:

Scores Killed By Truck Bomb In Somalia

Inspector General: Fannie Mae Was Told About Foreclosure Abuse In 2003.

Ford, UAW Reach Tentative Contract Deal

Nobel Prize In Physics Honors Work On Expanding Universe

As Amanda Knox Heads Home, Murdered Girl's Family Seeks Answers

Other stories making headlines this morning include:

— "S&P 500 Below 1,000 Puts Bear Market In View." (Bloomberg News)

— "Accused Underwear Bomber Arrives In Court In T-shirt, Judge Orders Him To Change." (Detroit Free Press)

— "It's Apple Announcement Day, And We're Watching." (Monkey See)

— "Wall Street Protests Stretch On, Reasons Vary." (All Things Considered)

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