Morning roundup

Top Stories: Stormy Holiday Weather; A Momentous Anniversary

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— As Storms Spread, Thanksgiving Travel Is Looking Tricky.

— Happy Anniversary! 81 Years And Counting For Conn. Couple.

And here are more early headlines:

Next Round Of Syrian Peace Talks To Open In January. (Nhe New York Times)

Lawmakers Divided Over Iran Nuclear Agreement. (The Washington Post)

Some City Officials Underestimated Power Of Philippines Typhoon. (The Wall Street Journal)

Connecticut School Shooting Report To Be Released Today. (CNN)

Report: Officials To Discuss Meningitis And Mass. Compounding Pharmacy. (The Associated Press)

New Egyptian Law Bans Most Public Gatherings. (BBC)

Turnout For Mali Elections Deemed "Abysmal". (Voice of America)

Lead Statuette From "Maltese Falcon" To Be Auctioned. (Bonhams)

Australian Home Sets World Record For Christmas Lights. (Canberra Times)

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