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Top Stories: Cairo Protests, GOP Debate, Pepper-Spraying Apology

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

-- Crowd Gathering Again In Cairo, But Outside Square Life Is Normal

-- Economy Grew Less Than Previously Thought In Third Quarter.

-- Reports: Three American Students Arrested In Cairo.

-- One Thing's For Sure, Superfailure Guarantees 'Long Election-Year Debate'.

-- VIDEO: UC Davis Chancellor Apologizes For Pepper-Spraying.

-- Talk About Rough Politics: Korean Lawmaker Sets Off Tear Gas Canister.

Other stories making news:

-- Republican Presidential Contenders Debate Again Tonight; "5 Things To Watch For." (Politico)

-- "Missing MF Global Funds Could Top $1.2 Billion." (The Wall Street Journal)

-- "Top Blagojevich Adviser Rezko To Be Sentenced Today." (Chicago Tribune)

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