Morning roundup

Top Stories: Latest In Newtown Tragedy; Is There Progress In Fiscal Cliff Talks?

Good morning, here are our early stories:

In A 'Numb' Newtown, Students Head Back To School.

Is A 'Fiscal Cliff' Deal Near?

And here are more early headlines:

Investment Group Selling Its Holdings In Maker Of Bushmaster, Rifle Used In Newtown Shootings. (Reuters)

Iraq's President And Kurdish Leader, Jalal Talabani Suffers Stroke. (CNN)

NBC Correspondent Richard Engel And Team Escape Captivity In Syria. (NBC)

South Korean Voters Choose President Tomorrow, Could Elect First Female Leader. (Los Angeles Times)

Extreme Cold Kills At Least 37 In Ukraine. (Kyiv Post)

Officials Charge 22 Northern Illinois University Fraternity Students After Pledge Dies Of Alcohol Poisoning. (Chicago Tribune)

Federal Judge Permits Samsung To Sell Smartphones With Infringed Patents From Apple. (CNN/Fortune)

NASA Crashes Two Probes Into Moon To Ensure They Don't Crash In The Wrong Place Later. (CNET)

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