Today's Top Stories: Chemistry Nobel; Strikes In Greece; Rangers Advance : The Two-Way The Nobel Prize in chemistry goes to an Israeli scientist who discovered quasicrystals. In Greece, protests resume over austerity measures. And the Texas Rangers move on to the American League championship series.

Today's Top Stories: Chemistry Nobel; Strikes In Greece; Rangers Advance

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

-- Chemistry Nobel Goes To Scientist Who Discovered Quasicrystals

-- Four Accused Of 'Brazen' Federal Contracting Corruption Scheme

-- Occupy Wall Street: College Students Urged To Walk Out Today

-- Hank Williams Jr.: 'Sorry If It Offended Anyone'

Other top stories:

-- "Greece Hit By New 24-Hour General Strike Over Austerity." (BBC News)

-- "Amanda Knox: Home At Last." (The Seattle Times)

-- "Poll: Herman Cain Ties Mitt Romney Atop GOP Field." (It's All Politics)

-- Democrat Earl Ray Tomblin Wins Governor's Race In West Virginia. (The Charleston Gazette)

-- Texas Rangers Advance To American League Championship Series. (Sports Illustrated)