Morning roundup

Top Stories: Eurozone Crisis, 'Occupy Oakland,' Afghan Strategy

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

Greek Prime Minister Under Pressure To Resign.

Jobless Claims Dip Below 400,000.

Cain Allegations: The Latest Developments.

Occupy Oakland Strike Turns 'Chaotic'.

Other top stories of the morning include:

— "U.S. Explores Faster Afghan Handover." (The Wall Street Journal)

— "House Republicans Make Cross-Party Pitch To Embolden Eebt 'Supercommittee.' (The Washington Post)

— "MF Global Has Customer Shortfall Of $633 Million," Commodity Futures Trading Commission Says. (Bloomberg News)

— "Obama Administration Mulled Solyndra Bailout Days Before Company's Demise." (The Hill)

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