Morning roundup

Top Stories: Egyptians Vote, Pakistanis Protest, Holiday Sales Surge

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

Egypt's Historic Day Begins Peacefully, Turnout High For Elections.

'Rage' In Pakistan, Deep Concern In U.S. After NATO Attack.

'We Do Not Tolerate Abuse,' Syracuse Chancellor Says As She Fires Coach.

Holiday Sales Have Strong Start, Will The Trend Continue?

Other top stories:

— "Occupy L.A.: Several Arrested, But Protest Remains Mostly Peaceful." (Los Angeles Times)

New Hampshire Union Leader Endorses Gingrich In GOP Presidential Primary.

— "Millions Vote in Congo Despite Fears of Violence." (The New York Times)

— "Prince William Helps In Rescue Of Sailors In Distress." (ABC News)

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