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Top Stories: Nor'Easter Pulls Away; ISIS Demands Prisoner Swap

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- As Nor'Easter Lifts, Life Slowly Gets Back To Normal In Hard Hit Areas.

-- Jordan Says It's Willing To Swap Prisoner For Hostages Held By ISIS.

And here are more early headlines:

Attorney General Nominee Lynch Begins Confirmation Hearings. ( Politico)

Israel Strikes Syrian Artillery Positions After Rocket Attack. ( Reuters)

American Among 10 Dead As Gunmen Storm Libyan Hotel. ( Washington Post)

Yahoo! To Spin Off $40 Billion Stake In Alibaba. ( USA Today)

Mormon Church Backing Non-Discrimination Laws For Homosexuals. ( Deseret News)

N.Y. Assembly Speaker To Quit Leadership, Face Corruption Charges. ( New York Times)

Thieves Crash SUV Into Museum To Steal Gold. ( Los Angeles Times)

New York's "Rent Too Damn High" Candidate May Face Eviction. ( AP)

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