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Top Stories: Powerball Winners; Improved U.N. Status For Palestinians

Good morning, here are our winning early stories:

Winning Powerball Tickets Sold In Arizona And Missouri; Who Bought Them?

What Will A U.N. Upgrade Mean For Palestinians?

And here are more early headlines:

Continued Anti-Morsi Violence In Cairo Prompts U.S. Embassy To Close. (CBS)

Bombs Kill Many In Deadly Day Of Iraqi Violence. (AFP)

Treasury Secretary Geithner On Capitol Hill To Discuss Fiscal Cliff With Lawmakers. (Bloomberg)

Britain Publishes Report On Press Culture, Amid Calls For British Press Regulation. (Guardian)

Obama, Romney To Lunch Together Today At White House. (Washington Post)

Mali Islamist Rebels Drive Out Dissidents, Seize Town Near Mauritania's Border. (AP)

Starbucks Debuts Large Specialty Coffee At $7 A Cup. (Bloomberg)

Rural Serbian Town Council Issues Local Vampire Alert, Frightens Residents. (Daily Mail)

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