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Top Stories: Chemistry Nobel; Welch Still Doubts U.S. Jobless Report

Good Wednesday morning - here are our early stories:

Chemistry Nobel Goes To Scientists Who Studied Body's Receptors.

Jack Welch Says He Was 'Right About That Strange Jobs Report'.

And here are more early headlines:

EADS And BAE Systems Scrap Plan To Merge Into World's Biggest Defense Company. ( Financial Times)

As House Holds Hearing On Libya Attack, Politicians Trade Accusations Of Partisanship. ()

Critically Wounded Pakistani Girl Has Successful Head Surgery To Remove Bullet. ( BBC)

Russian Court Frees One Pussy Riot Band Member; Two More Remain Jailed ( Reuters)

Toyota Recalls More Than 7 Million Vehicles For Faulty Window Switch. ( Bloomberg)

Romney Remarks On Abortion Indicate Lean Toward Political Center. ( Los Angeles Times)

NFL Reissues Suspensions Of 4 Saints Players In Bounty Scandal. ( CBS)

Agency To Release Evidence Accusing Lance Armstrong Of Illegal Doping. ( AP)

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