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Top Stories: Veterans Day; Indianapolis Search; Petraeus Affair Aftermath

Two weeks after Superstorm Sandy, clean-up continues  in the heavily damaged Rockaway neighborhood of the Queens borough of New York City. i i

Two weeks after Superstorm Sandy, clean-up continues in the heavily damaged Rockaway neighborhood of the Queens borough of New York City. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Two weeks after Superstorm Sandy, clean-up continues  in the heavily damaged Rockaway neighborhood of the Queens borough of New York City.

Two weeks after Superstorm Sandy, clean-up continues in the heavily damaged Rockaway neighborhood of the Queens borough of New York City.

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Good morning.

Our early posts:

For Veterans Day: We Pause To Read 'In Flanders Fields'.

Petraeus Affair: Lawmakers Want To Know Why They Weren't Told.

In Indianapolis, Search For Answers Continues After Massive Explosion.

Other stories making headlines:

— "Cuomo To Seek $30 Billion In Disaster Aid For New York State." (The New York Times)

— "Return Of More NJ Transit, PATH Services Gives Train Riders Some Space." (The Star-Ledger)

— "5 Fiscal Cliff Scenarios." (Politico)

— "U.S. Set To Become Biggest Oil Producer." (The Financial Times)

— "BBC's Head Of News Steps Aside." (The Wall Street Journal)

"Tourists Swim In Venice Square As Heavy Rain Pounds Italy." (Reuters)

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