Morning roundup

Top Stories: Chinese Dissident's Fate Uncertain; 'The Scream' Fetches Millions

Good morning - here are some of the early stories we're following:

Chinese Dissident Wants To Leave With Clinton; U.S. Diplomats Back In Touch.

Obama Administration To Put Some Bin Laden Documents Online. (Politico)

Afghan Intelligence Agency Foils Large Truck Bombing. (AP)

Attack On Syria University Protest Kills 4, Activists Report. (Reuters)

Munch's 'The Scream' Fetches Nearly $120 Million At Auction. (CNN)

DEA Apologizes To Student Left Unattended In Cell For 5 Days. (Los Angeles Times)

French Presidential Candidates Engage In Heated TV Debate. (France 24)

Armored Gunman Kills Self And 4 Others In Arizona Shooting. (MSNBC)

Pepsi Uses Michael Jackson's Image For New Ad Campaign. (Wall Street Journal)

Current And Former New Orleans Saints Players Plan To Fight Bounty Suspensions. (AP)

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