Morning roundup

Top Stories: American Airlines' Bankruptcy, Facebook's Huge IPO Plan

Good morning.

Things have already been a bit busy, with some breaking news. Here are our early headlines:

American Airlines Files For Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Protection.

British Embassy In Iran Attacked.

'Massive' Turnout Continues In Egypt On Second Day Of Voting.

Other stories making headlines include:

— "Facebook Targets Huge IPO; Offering Next Year Could Raise $10 Billion, Valuing Company At $100 Billion." (The Wall Street Journal)

— In U.K., "Hacking Scandal Said To Widen To Official Secrets." (The New York Times)

— "40,000 Troops To Leave Afghanistan By End Of 2012." (The Associated Press)

— Police Chief Says "Time Is On LAPD's Side" In Clearing Occupy L.A. Site. (Los Angeles Times)

— New Accuser Not Surprised Herman Cain Denied He Had Affair. (WSBTV.com)

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