Morning roundup

Top Stories: Fresh Egyptian Protests; Story Of Missing Hat Attracts Sympathy

Good Friday morning, here are our early stories:

In Egypt: Draft Of Constitution OK'd; Protesters Return To Tahrir Square.

Woman's Sad Story About Missing Hat Touches Many Hearts, Goes Viral.

And here are other early headlines:

Supreme Court May Accept Challenge To Defense Of Marriage Act. (The Hill)

Obama To Visit TinkerToy Factory To Press Case On 'Fiscal Cliff'. (Philadelphia Inquirer)

Western U.S. Threatened By Three Torrential Storms Through Saturday. (CBS)

Missouri Winner Of Powerball Ticket May Be Revealed Today. (USA Today)

Strikes At Two California Ports Divert Vital Shipping To Other Cities. (Los Angeles Times)

Syrian Internet Still Cut Off; Damascus Airport Closed For A Second Day. (Reuters)

Report: Dozens Of Rifles Stolen From Rail Car In Atlanta. (WSB-TV)

Man With Romney Campaign Face Tattoo Changes Mind, Will Remove It. (Politico)

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