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Top News: U.S. Ambassador Knifed; Clinton Wants Emails Released

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- North Korea: Attack On U.S. Ambassador Is 'Deserved Punishment'.

-- Hillary Clinton Asks State Dept. To Release Her Emails To The Public.

-- Federal Regulators Link Workers' Comp Failures To Income Inequality.

And here are more early headlines:

Kerry In Saudi Arabia To Discuss Iran Nuclear Talks. ( New York Times)

Snow And Ice Cover Mid-Atlantic And Southern States. ( AccuWeather)

More Than 30 Dead In Ukraine Mine Accident. ( Deutsche Welle)

Vancouver Officials Watching For Health Effects After Port Chemical Fire. ( Vancouver Sun)

NASA Probe Closer To Dwarf Planet In The Asteroid Belt. ( Spaceflight Now)

Theft Of Faucet From German Intelligence Building Triggers Leak. ( AP)

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