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Top Stories: Egyptians Vote, Pakistanis Protest, Holiday Sales Surge

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

-- Egypt's Historic Day Begins Peacefully, Turnout High For Elections.

-- 'Rage' In Pakistan, Deep Concern In U.S. After NATO Attack.

-- 'We Do Not Tolerate Abuse,' Syracuse Chancellor Says As She Fires Coach.

-- Holiday Sales Have Strong Start, Will The Trend Continue?

Other top stories:

-- "Occupy L.A.: Several Arrested, But Protest Remains Mostly Peaceful." (Los Angeles Times)

-- New Hampshire Union Leader Endorses Gingrich In GOP Presidential Primary.

-- "Millions Vote in Congo Despite Fears of Violence." (The New York Times)

-- "Prince William Helps In Rescue Of Sailors In Distress." (ABC News)

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