Morning roundup

Top Stories: Similar Foreign Policy Views At Presidential Debate; World Series Set

Good Tuesday morning - here are our early stories:

Debate Takeaway: Little Daylight Between Obama, Romney.

Giants Beat Cardinals, Head To World Series.

And here are other early headlines:

In The Caribbean, Tropical Storm Sandy Barrels North Toward U-S. (National Hurricane Center)

First Sentencing In FAMU Hazing Case Death. (Orlando Sentinel)

FDA Says Suspect Compounding Pharmacy Sent Other Injectible Medications To Hundreds Of Other Facilities. (Washington Post)

Fighting Calms In Beirut Following Protests Over Lebanese Official's Assassination. (AP)

British Lawmakers Question BBC's Investigation Into Late Children's TV Host Accused Of Sexual Abuse. (CNN)

Convicted Papal Butler Alleges Mistreatment In Vatican Jail. (Reuters)

Lance Armstrong Deletes Tour De France Titles From Twitter Account. (Telegraph)

Convicted Pussy Riot Band Members Sent To Harsh, Remote Prison Camps. (Guardian)

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