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Top Stories: Morsi Is Defiant; LAX Shooting Sparks Debate

On patrol: A Los Angeles Police Department officer and her dog were among the security forces on duty over the weekend in Terminal 3 at Los Angeles International Airport. A gunman opened fire there Friday, killing a TSA officer and wounding several other people. i i

On patrol: A Los Angeles Police Department officer and her dog were among the security forces on duty over the weekend in Terminal 3 at Los Angeles International Airport. A gunman opened fire there Friday, killing a TSA officer and wounding several other people. Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images hide caption

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On patrol: A Los Angeles Police Department officer and her dog were among the security forces on duty over the weekend in Terminal 3 at Los Angeles International Airport. A gunman opened fire there Friday, killing a TSA officer and wounding several other people.

On patrol: A Los Angeles Police Department officer and her dog were among the security forces on duty over the weekend in Terminal 3 at Los Angeles International Airport. A gunman opened fire there Friday, killing a TSA officer and wounding several other people.

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Good morning.

Our headlines from earlier today and over the weekend:

Morsi Is Defiant At Trial, Judge Adjourns Case To January

Book News: Rand Paul To Plagiarism Accusers: 'If Dueling Were Legal In Kentucky ...'

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford Says He Will Not Resign

No Clemency For Snowden, U.S. Officials Say

Kenyans Mutai, Jeptoo Win New York City Marathon

'Egypt's Jon Stewart' Kicked Off The Air

Murder Charges Filed In Los Angeles Airport Shooting

Other stories making headlines:

— "LAX Shooting Sparks Debate On Security, Arming TSA Agents." (Los Angeles Times)

— Report Alleges That Doctors Have Been "Complicit In Torture At CIA, Military Prisons." (Global Post)

— "Virginia Governor's Race May Be Proxy For Broader National Debate." (Morning Edition)

— "SAC Settlement, With Record Fine, Set For Monday." (CNBC)

— In Pakistan, Musharraf Is A "Step Closer To Release After Bail." (BBC News)

— Coaches Of NFL's Houston Texans And Denver Broncos Hospitalized. (ESPN)

— Rep. Mike Michaud, D-Maine, Announces He Is Gay, "Sharply Changing The Dynamic Of The 2014 Gubernatorial Race." (Portland Press-Herald)

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