Morning roundup

Top Stories: Iraq Mission Ends; Bi-Partisan Medicare Plan Coming

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

As Flag Is Put Away, America's Mission In Iraq Symbolically Ends.

Republicans Unveil $1 Trillion Spending Bill, Possible Shutdown Still Looms.

Report: 'Marines Promoted Inflated Story For Medal Of Honor Recipient'.

Jobless Claims Drop To Lowest Level In More Than Three Years.

Other stories making headlines:

— Republican Rep. Ryan "Teams With Democrats On New Medicare Plan." (The Associated Press)

— Part Of Los Angeles' 60 Freeway To Be Closed This Morning Due To Tanker Explosion. (Los Angeles Times)

— Former French President Chirac "Found Guilty Of Corruption." (France 24)

— "Death Sentences Drop To Historic Low In 2011." (Morning Edition)

— Bootleg Liquor Kills More Than 100 In Eastern India. (The Associated Press)

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