Morning roundup

Top Stories: Fact Checking Democratic Speeches; First Lady's Remarks

Good morning, here are our early stories:

Democrats Unleashed Some 'Dubious Or Misleading Claims,' Fact Checkers Say.

Michelle Obama: 'Being President...Reveals Who You Are.'

And here are other morning headlines:

Deadly Shooting Breaks Out At Victory Party For Quebec's First Female Premier-Elect. (CTV)

U.N. Says Nations Arming Both Sides In Syrian Conflict. (Reuters)

Hurricane Isaac Washed Old Tar Ashore In Louisiana, Triggering Fishing Restrictions. (AP)

Pirates Off Nigeria's Coast Hijack Oil Tanker. (BBC)

Unification Church Readies For Thousands Attending Rev. Moon's Funeral. (AFP)

Striking Workers March Near Troubled South African Platinum Mine. (AFP)

Apple Issues Invitation To Mystery 'Event': Could It Be A New IPhone? (CNET)

The Pigs Of 'Angry Birds' Fame Get Their Own Mobile Game. (Los Angeles Times)

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