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Top Stories: Cain Allegations, Penn State Scandal, 2011 Elections

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

Cain Accuser Says She Didn't Want Controversy.

Penn State Scandal: Trustees' Support For Paterno Said To Be 'Eroding'.

2011 Election Results: Mixed Messages.

Other stories making headlines include:

— "IMF Chief Warns Of A 'Lost Decade' For Global Economy." (BBC News)

— "Greek Prime Minister To Resign Today." (CNN)

— "Wal-Mart Plans Ambitious Expansion Into Medical Care." (Morning Edition)

— "U.N. Raises Questions On Iran's Nuclear Program." (Morning Edition)

— "U.S. Stock Futures Slump As Italy Yields Soar To Euro-Era Record." (Bloomberg Businessweek)

— "Air Force Morgue Admits Losing Troops' Body Parts." (NPR staff and wires)

— "Rapper Heavy D Has Died." (The Record)

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