Morning roundup

Top Stories: Post-Debate Analysis; Mild Earthquake Surprises New England

Happy post-debate day! Here are our early stories:

Along With Sparks, Errors Fly In Second Debate.

Rare Earthquake Rattles New England.

And here are other morning headlines:

Embattled Cyclist Lance Armstrong Steps Down As Head Of His Cancer Fighting Charity. (AP)

Zimmerman To Return To Florida Courtroom For Hearing On Martin Murder Case. (Orlando Sentinel)

Client List Released Of Alleged Maine Prostitute, Shaking Up Small Town. (Portland Press Herald)

Split Syrian Rebels Agree On Plan To Share Leadership. (Reuters)

Amnesty International Workers Strike (Politely) In Britain Over Layoffs. (Guardian)

Body Of Cambodia's King Taken To Phnom Penh For Week Of Mourning. (BBC)

America's Cup Catamaran Capsizes In San Francisco Bay. (San Francisco Chronicle)

'Million Puppet March' Planned To Raise Support For Public Broadcasting. (Washington Post)

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