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Top Stories: Deadly Minn. Office Shooting; Chinese Politician Accused Of Corruption

It's Friday - here are our early stories:

'It's Insane. It's Crazy:' Gunman Kills Four, Then Himself, In Minneapolis.

Once Prominent Politician Bo Xilai Expelled From Communist Party.

And here are other early headlines:

Regular NFL Refs Return, Officiate Thursday Night Football. ( CNN)

Inmates, Including Al Qaeda Members, Stage Jail Break At Iraqi Prison. ( Reuters)

Greek Power Workers Call 48-Hour Strike Protesting Austerity Measures. ( Reuters)

At Least 19 Killed In Nepal Plane Crash. ( BBC)

Cyber Attacks On Big U.S. Banks This Week Cracked Computer Defenses. ( Bloomberg)

New Search Engine For XXX Porn Sites Is Now Active. ( CBS)

U.S. Postal Service Will Default On Second Multi-Billion Dollar Payment. ( Wall Street Journal)

Actor Samuel L. Jackson Records Profane Obama Fundraising Ad With F-Bomb. ( Entertainment Weekly)

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