Morning roundup

Top Stories: Castro Reassures Cubans; 'Newsweek' Ending Its Print Magazine

Good morning: here are our early stories:

Week After Latest Death Rumors, Cubans Get Letter From Fidel Castro.

'Newsweek' Kills Its Print Edition.

Tough Times, Even Higher Debts For College Graduates.

And these are more headlines:

Others May Have Helped Suspect Who Planted Fake Bomb Outside New York Federal Reserve. (CBS)

Talk Show Host Larry King To Moderate Third Party Presidential Candidate Debate. (AP)

Former Sen. George McGovern 'No Longer Responsive' In Hospice. (NBC)

Some Syrian Rebels Now Have Portable Anti-Aircraft Missiles. (Wall Street Journal)

Greeks Stage Fourth General Strike To Protest Austerity Measures. (AFP)

Luxembourg Throwing Grand Wedding For Heir To Throne. (AP)

Irish Anti-Abortion Activists Protest Opening Of First Abortion Clinic In Belfast. (Belfast Telegraph)

Meteorites Streak Across Sky In San Francisco Area. (Contra Costa Times)

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