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Top Stories: Hundreds Dead In Philippines; Port Strike Ends

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Our early headlines:

Hundreds Dead, Hundreds Missing After Typhoon Slams Philippines.

Deal Struck To End L.A. Port Strike; Walkout Was Delaying Billions In Goods.

118,000 Jobs Added To Payrolls Last Month, Report Signals.

Egads! Aussie DJ Pretends To Be Queen, Gets Hospital To Talk About Kate.

House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, at Tuesday night's lighting of the Capitol Christmas Tree. i i

House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, at Tuesday night's lighting of the Capitol Christmas Tree. Zhang Jun /Xinhua /Landov hide caption

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House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, at Tuesday night's lighting of the Capitol Christmas Tree.

House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, at Tuesday night's lighting of the Capitol Christmas Tree.

Zhang Jun /Xinhua /Landov

Other stories making headlines:

— "In Tax Fight, G.O.P. Seeks a Position to Fall Back On." (The New York Times)

— "Firings Set Over 'Fast and Furious.' " (The Wall Street Journal)

— "U.S. Might Name Syrian Rebel Nusra Front A Terrorist Group." (McClatchy Newspapers)

— Serbia's NATO Envoy "Jumps To Death In Brussels Car Park." (BBC News)

— San Francisco "Is No Longer The Naked City." (San Francisco Chronicle)

— Bessie Cooper Of Georgia, Who Was World's Oldest Person, Dies. She Was 116. (The Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

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