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Top Stories: North Korea's Brinksmanship; Obama's Push For Gun Laws

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

North Korea's Brinksmanship: Same As Before, More Dangerous Or Both?

'Fired' Could Be Next F-Word For Rutgers Coach Seen Berating Players

Book News: Author And Wife Of Amazon CEO Defends Online Retailer

Other top stories:

— Obama Heads To Colorado To Make Case For New Gun Laws. (Morning Edition)

— In Connecticut, Governor Expects To Sign "Wide-ranging" Gun Bill. (WSHU)

— "Probe Of Texas Prosecutor Killings Looks At Local Corruption Cases." (CNN)

— "Federal Prosecutor Withdraws From Aryan Brotherhood Case." (KERA)

— "Israel, Gaza Launch Heaviest Strikes Since Truce." (The Associated Press)

— "Militants Storm Court In Farah, Afghanistan;" At Least Six People Killed, 70 Injured. (BBC News)

— "Jane Henson, Muppets Collaborator, Dies At 78." (Los Angeles Times)

— Texas Rangers Pitcher Yu Darvish Sees Perfect Game Get Spoiled With 2 Outs In The 9th. (The Dallas Morning News)



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