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Top Stories: Powerball Winners; Improved U.N. Status For Palestinians

Good morning, here are our winning early stories:

Winning Powerball Tickets Sold In Arizona And Missouri; Who Bought Them?

What Will A U.N. Upgrade Mean For Palestinians?

And here are more early headlines:

Continued Anti-Morsi Violence In Cairo Prompts U.S. Embassy To Close. ( CBS)

Bombs Kill Many In Deadly Day Of Iraqi Violence. ( AFP)

Treasury Secretary Geithner On Capitol Hill To Discuss Fiscal Cliff With Lawmakers. ( Bloomberg)

Britain Publishes Report On Press Culture, Amid Calls For British Press Regulation. ( Guardian)

Obama, Romney To Lunch Together Today At White House. ( Washington Post)

Mali Islamist Rebels Drive Out Dissidents, Seize Town Near Mauritania's Border. ( AP)

Starbucks Debuts Large Specialty Coffee At $7 A Cup. ( Bloomberg)

Rural Serbian Town Council Issues Local Vampire Alert, Frightens Residents. ( Daily Mail)

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