Morning roundup

Top Stories: Train Crash Investigation; Hezbollah Leader Killed

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— Hezbollah Commander Dies In Attack Outside Beirut Home.

— NTSB Bars Train Union From Crash Inquiry, Citing Confidentiality.

And here are more early headlines:

Obama To Highlight Economic Inequality In Remarks. (New York Times)

Biden In Beijing, Will Discuss New Chinese Air Defense Zone. (USA Today)

Break In Thai Protests Ahead Of King's Birthday. (BBC)

Blizzard Poised To Hit Rockies, Plains States. (AccuWeather)

911 Tapes From Connecticut School Shooting To Be Released. (Christian Science Monitor)

Cyber Monday Sales Jumped For Online Retailers. (Businessweek)

FDA Recalls Certain Defibrillators For Insufficient Charge. (FDA)

Huge Japanese WWII Sub Discovered Off Hawaii. (CNN)

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