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Top Stories: More Protests In Egypt, More Charges Likely In Penn State Scandal

Good morning

Our early headlines:

More Clashes In Cairo As Protests Continue; Opposition May Be Splitting.

Yemeni Leader Saleh Reportedly Ready To Sign Handover Deal.

Texas Judge Videotaped Beating Daughter Is Suspended With Pay.

As for other top stories in the news:

— "Gingrich's Immigration Stance Marks GOP Debate." (It's All Politics)

— New Charges Likely Against Penn State Sex Abuse Suspect, Lawyer Says. (PennLive.com)

— "Former LAPD Chief To Head Pepper-Spraying Probe." (The Davis Enterprise)

— Pakistan Names New Ambassador To U.S. (The Associated Press)

— "Thanksgiving Travel: Severe Weather Dampens Plans." (ABC News)

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