Top Stories: 'Merkozy' Tries To Save Euro, U.S. Drone In Iran's Hands : The Two-Way Other top stories of the morning include: a report that Herman Cain will endorse Newt Gingrich's bid for the GOP presidential nomination; details of upcoming Post Office cuts; run-off elections begin in Egypt.

Top Stories: 'Merkozy' Tries To Save Euro, U.S. Drone In Iran's Hands

Good morning.

We've already done these posts:

-- Report: Cain To Endorse Gingrich.

-- All Eyes On 'Merkozy' As Leaders Try To Save Euro.

-- Putin 'Still Sure To Win' Next Year Despite Setback For His Party.

Some of the day's other major headlines include:

-- "Iran Says It Shot Down Drone; U.S. Admits One Lost." (McClatchy Newspapers)

-- Some Occupy DC Demonstrators Arrested By U.S. Park Police In Dispute Over Construction Of Wood Building. (The Washington Post)

-- "Post Office To Move Forward With Cuts." (Morning Edition)

-- "Syria 'Positive' On Arab League Monitors Plan." (Al-Jazeera)

-- "Egypt Elections: Low Turnout For First Round Run-Offs." (BBC News)

-- "WikiLeaks' Assange Can Continue Extradition Fight." (The Associated Press)

-- Tiger Woods Ends Two-Year Winless Drought. (ESPN)

Penn State Scandal: And if you missed it over the weekend, The New York Times posted about its four hours of interviews with Jerry Sandusky, the former Penn State assistant football coach at the center of a scandal involving allegations that he had been sexually molesting young boys for more than a decade. Sandusky again "insisted he had never sexually abused any child," the Times said.