Morning roundup

Top Stories: Presidential Debate Night; Slain Border Patrol Agent Identified

Good morning! Here are our early stories:

Obama Vs. Romney: It's Debate Night In Denver.

On Eve Of First Debate, NPR Poll Shows Romney Within Striking Distance.

History Says, Debate Moments Matter.

And here are more headlines:

Border Patrol Releases Name Of Slain Agent. (ABC)

Report: CIA Agents Wounded In Mexico Could Have Been Target Of Possible Assassination Attempt. (AP)

Car Bombs In Aleppo Kill Dozens Of Syrians In Popular Square. (CNN)

Malawian President Cuts Her Salary By 30% To Lower Government Spending. (AFP)

American Airlines Finds 6 Planes With Some Wrongly Installed Seats. (Wall Street Journal)

Los Angeles Repeals Its Ban On Medical Marijuana Dispensaries. (Los Angeles Times)

Minn. Wildfire Forces Evacuations And Damages Buildings, Then Crosses Into Canada. (Minnesota Public Radio)

TV Anchor Calls Out 'Bullying' Letter Writer Who Criticized Her Weight. (AP)



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