Morning roundup

Top Stories: Suffering In Syria; Foxconn Factory Back On Line

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

Syria's Children Are Victims Of 'Appalling' Violence, Report Says.

Obama To Tell Iran That U.S. Will 'Do What We Must' On Nukes.

Bring Back The Real NFL Refs! Debacle At End Of Game Adds To Outrage.

Other stories making headlines:

— In China, "Foxconn Factory Reopens After Brawl." (CNN.com)

— "China Shows Off Carrier, But Experts Are Skeptical." (The New York Times)

— "Curiosity Rover Touches 1st Martian Rock, Makes Longest Drive Yet." (Space.com)

— "Romney's Medicaid Remarks On 60 Minutes Raise Eyebrows." (It's All Politics)

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