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Top Stories: Prisoner Swap, Clinton In Libya, Stocks Drop

Good morning.

Our earlier headlines on breaking news were:

Israeli Soldier Released, Exchange Of Prisoners Begins.

Secretary Clinton Is In Libya To Unveil New Aid, Hail Country's Freedom.

And we also posted on this odd report:

Truck With Obama's Teleprompter Stolen.

As for other stories making headlines, they include:

— "Stocks, U.S. Futures Drop." (Bloomberg News)

— GOP Presidential Contenders Debate Again Tonight. (CNN)

— "Republicans Lay Groundwork For Healthcare Repeal." (Los Angeles Times)

— "Malaria Deaths Fall Over 20% Worldwide In Last Decade." (BBC News)

— "Poll: Washington To Blame More Than Wall Street For Economy." (USA Today)



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