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Top Stories: Colo. Suspect's Notebook; China's Katrina; Battles In Syria

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

Reports: Notebook From Colo. Shootings Suspect Arrived At School After Attack.

'China's Katrina': Second City Flooded; Corruption, Incompetence Blamed.

Other news making headlines:

— "Fight For Syria's Big Cities Intensifies." (Morning Edition)

— In Syria, "Troops And Rebels Reinforce For Big Aleppo Battle." (BBC News)

— "Skype Makes Chats And User Data More Available To Police." (The Washington Post)

— "Weather Extremes Leave Parts of U.S. Grid Buckling." (The New York Times)

— "Obama, Romney Differ Over Guns After Colorado Attack." (The Associated Press)

— "Romney Looks To Build Ties With British Leaders." (The Associated Press)

— "Chinese Politician's Wife Charged With Murder" In Death Of British Businessman. (Voice of America)



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