Morning roundup

Top Stories: Chemistry Nobel; Welch Still Doubts U.S. Jobless Report

Good Wednesday morning - here are our early stories:

Chemistry Nobel Goes To Scientists Who Studied Body's Receptors.

Jack Welch Says He Was 'Right About That Strange Jobs Report'.

And here are more early headlines:

EADS And BAE Systems Scrap Plan To Merge Into World's Biggest Defense Company. (Financial Times)

As House Holds Hearing On Libya Attack, Politicians Trade Accusations Of Partisanship. (New York Times)

Critically Wounded Pakistani Girl Has Successful Head Surgery To Remove Bullet. (BBC)

Russian Court Frees One Pussy Riot Band Member; Two More Remain Jailed (Reuters)

Toyota Recalls More Than 7 Million Vehicles For Faulty Window Switch. (Bloomberg)

Romney Remarks On Abortion Indicate Lean Toward Political Center. (Los Angeles Times)

NFL Reissues Suspensions Of 4 Saints Players In Bounty Scandal. (CBS)

Agency To Release Evidence Accusing Lance Armstrong Of Illegal Doping. (AP)

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