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Top Stories: Al Qaida Claims Paris Attack; Charlie Hebdo Sells Fast

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- Al Qaida In Yemen Takes Responsibility For Paris Attack.

-- Post-Attack Edition Of 'Charlie Hebdo' Sells Out In France.

And here are more early headlines:

Space Station Astronauts Safe; Odd Technical Reading Investigated. (AP)

House Poised To Act On Bill Tied To Obama's Immigration Decision. (CNN)

Tsarnaev Lawyers Cite Paris Attacks, Ask For Jury Selection Delay. (Boston Globe)

Report: U.S. Hands Over Lord's Resistance Army Leader To Uganda. (AP)

Hong Kong Leader Gives Speech As Opposition Lawmakers Protest. (BBC)

Refugee Hunger Strikers In Australia Demand U.N. Intervention. (Sydney Morning Herald)

Congestion Continues At West Coast Ports Despite Talks. (Los Angeles Times)

Domestic Violence Charges Dropped Against Soccer Star Hope Solo. (Seattle Times)

"Transformers" Leads Nominations For Worst In Film For 2015 Razzies. (E! Online)