Morning roundup

Top Stories: Two U.S. Raids In Africa; Nobel Medicine Prize

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— U.S. Raids In Libya And Somalia Target Al Qaida Network.

— Researchers From U.S., Germany, Share Nobel Prize For Medicine.

And here are more early headlines:

Dozens Rescued As 8 Inches Of Rain Swamp Louisville. (NBC)

4 Feet Of Snow Melt In South Dakota, Creating Sloppy Mess. (Rapid City Journal)

Tropical Storm Karen Fizzles Out In Gulf Of Mexico. (NHC)

Dozens Of Muslim Brotherhood Supporters Die In Egyptian Clashes. (BBC)

Supreme Court Opens New Term; Will Rule On Controversial Issues. (New York Times)

Fans Injured, Driver Breaks Back In Houston Grand Prix Crash. (Sporting News)

Report: Gas Prices Drop 14 Cents Per Gallon In Past Two Weeks. (Businessweek)

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