Morning roundup

Top Stories: Anti-U.S. Violence Spreads; Chicago Teachers' Strike Continues

Good morning, here are the stories we're following today:

Anti-U.S. Protests Spread; Attack Against U.S. Embassy In Yemen. (AP)

Hints Of Progress In Chicago Teachers' Strike. (AP)

Federal Reserve Ends Policy Meeting; Investors Wait For News On Possible Stimulus Action. (Wall Street Journal)

Dutch Voters Back Pro-European Prime Minister; Centrist Leader To Form New Government. (Reuters)

New U.N. Peace Envoy Arrives In Damascus, Syria. (Voice Of America)

Cambodian Special Court Deems Khmer Rouge 'First Lady' Too Sick To Face Genocide Trial. (CNN)

New York City Officials To Vote On Plan Reducing Super-Sized Sodas. (NBC New York)

New Apple Smartphone Could Become Fastest Selling Tech Device Ever. (Businessweek)

Atlantic Tropical Storm Nadine Close To Hurricane Strength, No Threat To Land. (National Hurricane Center)

New Species Of Monkey Discovered In Democratic Republic Of Congo. (Telegraph)

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