Morning roundup

Top Stories: Typhoon Recovery Continues; Bush On Faith

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— Life Is Slowly Returning To Shattered Philippine City.

— 'I Relied Upon My Faith,' George W. Bush Tells Leno.

And here are more early headlines:

Iran's Supreme Leader Puts Down Marker As Nuclear Talks Restart. (Reuters)

Afghan Leader Reportedly Seeks U.S. Letter On Civilian Casualties. (Los Angeles Times)

Egyptian Soldiers Killed In Bombing In Sinai Peninsula. (Al Jazeera)

San Diego Mayoral Candidates In Runoff To Replace Filner. (San Diego Union-Tribune)

Gary Locke To Step Down As U.S. Ambassador To China. (New York Times)

Credit Card Delinquency Grew Between July-September. (AP)

Noticeable Drop In Children's Fitness, Heart Group Says. (Education Week)

Pilot Gets $3,000 Towing Bill After Emergency Landing On Penn. Turnpike. (KDKA-TV)

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