Morning roundup

Top Stories: E.U. Meets To Discuss Crisis; Final Day In Campaign For Florida

Good morning!

Our early headlines:

'Like The End Of The World': Brush Fire Blamed For Car Pileup That Killed 10

In December, Personal Income Saw Biggest Gain In 9 Months

Syrian Government Deploys Troops To Quell Rebel Army

As Oakland Picks Up The Pieces, Washington To Evict Occupy Protesters

Other stories making headlines this morning:

— "EU summit: Still searching for a solution" (CNN)

— "US calls on Pakistan to release doctor who helped find Osama bin Laden" (The Guardian)

— "EU leaders eye balanced budget pact in Brussels" (France 24)

— "FDA staffers sue agency over surveillance of personal e-mail" (The Washington Post)

— Megaupload user data could vanish this week (CBS News)

— "A final day for candidates to make case in Florida" (The Miami Herald)

— "Use of Drones to Protect U.S. Diplomats Stirs Iraqi Outrage" (The New York Times)



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