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Top Stories: Superstorm Sandy Dominates Coverage

Good morning, here are our early stories:

The Latest On Sandy: Superstorm Heads North After Crushing Coast.

VIDEO: Coast Guard Rescues 14 Forced By Sandy To Abandon Tall Ship.

And here are more early headlines:

NPR Poll Finds Race Too Close To Call.

Superstorm Sandy Forces Presidential Campaigns To Switch Gears. (Politico)

U.S. Government Closes Washington, D.C. Offices For A Second Day. (Federal News Radio)

Afghan Gunman In Police Uniform Kills Two NATO Troops. (BBC)

Qatar Accuses Syria Of Exterminating Its Own People, After Truce Fails. (Al Jazeera)

Striking South African Miners Won't Return To Platinum Mine Until Wage Demands Met. (AP)

Egyptian Coptic Scholars And Officials Select Three Finalists For Coptic Pope. (Los Angeles Times)

Berlin Police Kill Wild Boar That Injured Four People. (UPI)

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Korva Coleman is a newscaster for NPR.

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