Morning roundup

Top Stories: Talk Of Action Against Syria; Fort Hood Jury Meets

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

Obama: Time Frame For Possible Action On Syria Has Shortened.

After Wild Start, Silence From Bo Xilai Corruption Trial.

Book News: Guantanamo Reading Material Spurs More Controversy.

Other news:

— Jury Continues Deliberation At Fort Hood Shooting Trial. (Killeen Daily Herald)

— "Israel Bombs Pro-Assad Lebanon Militants After Rocket Attack." (Reuters)

— At Trial Of Army Sgt. Who Killed 16 Afghan Civilians, An Apology And Some Context. (Morning Edition)

— City Of San Diego Likely To Pay For Mayor Filner's Exit. (U-T San Diego)

— "March On Washington Events Have Broader Goals This Time." (USA Today)

— "Bomb On An Airplane" Is Still What Keeps Outgoing FBI Director Up At Night. (Morning Edition)

— "Young Indian Journalist Gang Raped In Mumbai." (The Associated Press)

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