Morning roundup

Top Stories: Candidate Makes Controversial Rape Remarks; Uncertain Syrian Truce

Good morning, here are our early stories:

'God Intended' A Pregnancy Caused by Rape, Indiana Candidate Says.

Developing: Four-Day Truce Coming In Syria, U.N. Envoy Says.

And here are more early headlines:

Third Party Candidates Hold Presidential Debate In Chicago. (Washington Post)

Tropical Storm Sandy Aims For Jamaica, Southern Florida. (National Hurricane Center)

Costa Rica Jarred By 6.6 Magnitude Quake - Aftershock To September Tremor. (AP)

Rogue Trader Who Lost Billions At Societe Generale Ordered To Prison By French Court. (BBC)

Microsoft Breached Promise To Offer Consumers Web Browser Choices, Europe Alleges. (CNET)

Homes Burn In Myanmar As Buddhists, Muslims Fight Deadly Clashes. (CNN)

Supreme Court Upholds Stay Of Execution For Florida Mass Killer. (Reuters)

Shark Kills Surfing Man In Southern California. (Santa Maria Times)

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