Morning roundup

Top Stories: Deadly Palestinian - Israeli Fighting; BP Ready To Plead Guilty?

Good Thursday morning, here are our early stories:

In Israel And Gaza Strip: More Explosions, Deaths On Both Sides.

BP Expected To Plead Guilty, Pay Record Fine In Gulf Oil Spill Criminal Case.

And here are more headlines:

Gen. Petraeus Agrees To Testify Before Congress On Benghazi Attack. (Los Angeles Times)

Home Foreclosures Up In Oct., But Fall From Last Year's Level. (Reuters)

Eurozone Countries Plunge Back Into Recession. (BBC)

Ill Indian Woman Denied Abortion In Ireland, Dies. (AFP)

Colorado Theater Shooting Suspect In Hospital After Ramming Head Into Jail Wall. (Denver Post)

States Face Friday Deadline On Whether To Run Health Insurance Exchanges. (McClatchy Newspapers)

Ecuador To Kill Millions Of Rats To Preserve Galapagos Islands Rare Species. (AP)

World's Biggest Liar Contest Coming In England: Politicians, Lawyers Not Allowed. (AP)

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