Morning roundup

Top Stories: Al-Qaida Plot Foiled; Ft. Hood Shooting Trial

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— Yemeni Government Says Al-Qaida Plot Was Foiled.

— 'I Am The Shooter', Ft. Hood Defendant Tells Court.

— Cleveland House Of Horrors Comes Down Today.

And here are more early headlines:

Huge Fire Closes Nairobi's International Airport. (New York Times)

Mediated Talks Break Down In Egyptian Political Crisis. (BBC)

Pakistani Soldiers Wounded In Shooting At Indian Border. (Reuters)

British Police Arrest Man In Twitter Threats Case. (Guardian)

Write-In Candidate, Sheriff, To Face Off In Detroit Mayoral Election. (Detroit Free Press)

Radioactive Water Still Leaking From Japanese Nuclear Plant. (Wall Street Journal)

Estimated Powerball Jackpot Is $425 Million - Drawing Tonight. (Atlanta Journal Constitution)

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