Morning roundup

Top Stories: Philippines Typhoon Wreckage; Veterans Day

Good morning, and welcome to Veterans Day. Here are our early stories:

— 'Absolute Bedlam' In The Philippines After Typhoon Haiyan.

— Homeless Veteran's Makeover Goes Viral: VIDEO

And here are more early headlines:

Veterans Day Events Around The Country. (AP)

Report: Chief Fundraiser For Taliban Group Is Assassinated. (Reuters)

European Satellite Burns Up In Fall Back To Earth. (BBC)

FDA Recalling Diet Pill After Some Patients Report Liver Damage. (USA Today)

Foes Collect Signatures To Put California Transgender Law On Ballot. (KPCC)

Amazon To Start Sunday Delivery Via The U.S. Post Office. (Washington Post)

Miss Venezuela Crowned 2013 Miss Universe. (Los Angeles Times)

Yes, There's An Actual Knish Shortage. (New York Times)

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