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Top Stories: Colorado Rescue Efforts; Cruise Ship Salvaging

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— Rescue Efforts To Resume In Flooded Colorado; More Rain Due.

— How To Watch As The Costa Concordia Is (Hopefully) Righted.

And here are more early headlines:

U.N. To Release Chemical Weapons Report On Syria. (NBC)

Liberals Want Yellen For Next Fed Chief. (Politico)

Two Tropical Systems Hit Mexico On Opposite Coasts. (AP)

Militants Kill A Top Afghan Policewoman. (VOA)

Koreas Restart Joint Factory Complex After 5 Month Closure. (Reuters)

Kidnapped Nigerian Anglican Archbishop Is Freed. (BBC)

Miss New York Is Miss America: Indian American Winner Draws Racist Tweets. (CNN)

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