Morning roundup

Top Stories: Jobless Report Due Out; Survivor Of Taliban Attack Leaves Hospital

Good morning, here are our early stories:

Did Hiring Pick Up As 2012 Ended? We'll Find Out Shortly.

Malala Released From Hospital; Taliban's Attack On Teen Sparked Outrage.

In War-Torn Northern Syria, Children 'Only Paint In Red'.

And here are more early headlines:

House To Take Up First Part Of New Superstorm Sandy Bill Today. (Politico)

Illinois Senate Delays Vote On Same Sex Marriage Legislation. (Chicago Tribune)

Winter Storm Blankets West Texas, Causing Freeway Accidents. (CNN)

Venezuela Says Ailing President Chavez Now Has 'Severe' Respiratory Infection. (Guardian)

Islamist Militant Group In Mali Plans To Break Ceasefire. (AFP)

Hamas Permits Palestinian Rival Fatah To Stage Rare Rally In Gaza. (Reuters)

Federal Operation Breaks Up Widespread Child Porn Ring, Rescues 44 Children. (Contra Costa Times)

Gerda Lerner, Pioneer Of Women's Studies Movement, Dies At 92. (Wisconsin State Journal)

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