Morning roundup

Top Stories: Deadly Minn. Office Shooting; Chinese Politician Accused Of Corruption

It's Friday - here are our early stories:

'It's Insane. It's Crazy:' Gunman Kills Four, Then Himself, In Minneapolis.

Once Prominent Politician Bo Xilai Expelled From Communist Party.

And here are other early headlines:

Regular NFL Refs Return, Officiate Thursday Night Football. (CNN)

Inmates, Including Al Qaeda Members, Stage Jail Break At Iraqi Prison. (Reuters)

Greek Power Workers Call 48-Hour Strike Protesting Austerity Measures. (Reuters)

At Least 19 Killed In Nepal Plane Crash. (BBC)

Cyber Attacks On Big U.S. Banks This Week Cracked Computer Defenses. (Bloomberg)

New Search Engine For XXX Porn Sites Is Now Active. (CBS)

U.S. Postal Service Will Default On Second Multi-Billion Dollar Payment. (Wall Street Journal)

Actor Samuel L. Jackson Records Profane Obama Fundraising Ad With F-Bomb. (Entertainment Weekly)

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