Top Stories: 'Lie Of The Year,' Unlocking Cellphones Legally : The Two-Way Also: The fear of Friday the 13th; the Senate continues its slowed down marathon nomination process; the Philippines raises the death toll from Typhoon Haiyan; and London will get its first whiskey distillery since all were closed more than a century ago.
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Top Stories: 'Lie Of The Year,' Unlocking Cellphones Legally

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— Obama's 'You Can Keep It' Promise Is 'Lie Of The Year.'

— Wireless Companies, FCC, Reach Deal On 'Unlocking' Cellphones.

— For Friday The 13th, Say It With Us: Paraskevidekatriaphobia.

And here are more early headlines:

Senate Still In Marathon Session As Republicans Slow Nominations. (Bloomberg)

Kerry Meets Netanyahu In Latest Mideast Peace Effort. (The Associated Press)

Philippines Typhoon Death Toll Climbs Above 6,000. (The Wall Street Journal)

Bangladesh Clashes Turn Violent After Opposition Leader Executed. (Reuters)

Machinists Union Rejects Boeing's Latest Counteroffer. (KPLU)

Fordham University Mistakenly Admits 2,500 Students. (The New York Times)

London Gets First Whiskey Distillery In More Than 100 Years. (BBC)