Morning roundup

Top Stories: Euro Crisis, Search For Survivors In Turkey, Insider Trading Case

Good morning.

Our early posts were:

Violence At 'Occupy Oakland,' Some Protesters Vow To Regroup

Was Libya A 'Recipe For Success,' As Obama Says?

Other stories making headlines include:

— "Ex-Goldman Board Member To Surrender To FBI;" Will Face Charges Stemming From Massive Hedge Fund Insider Trading Case. (The Associated Press)

— "Euro Crisis: EU Leaders Hope To Reach Debt Plan." (BBC News)

— "3 More Quake Survivors Pulled From Rubble In Turkey." (The New York Times)

— "Hurricane Rina To Intensify To Category 3;" Now Southeast Of Cozumel, Mexico; May Bring Rain To South Florida. (Miami Herald)

— "Obama Visits Denver To Unveil Plan To Ease Students' Debt Load."(The Denver Post)

— Former Senator And 1972 Democratic Presidential Nominee George McGovern Hospitalized for Fatigue. (Argus Leader)

— "Andy Rooney In Stable Condition After Surgery." (CBS News)

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