8:55am

Mon November 14, 2011
The Two-Way

Top Stories: Penn State, Eurozone Crisis, Iran, Syria

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

-- Report: Years And Years Of Missed Chances In Penn State Scandal

-- After 'Frenetic' Weekend, Italy Rushes To Limit Financial Damage

-- In Norway, Confessed Mass Murderer Claims To Be 'Military Commander'

-- Herman Cain's Wife Says 'He Totally Respects Women'

Other "front-page" stories today include:

-- German Chancellor Merkel Says This May Be Europe's "Toughest Hour Since World War II." (Reuters)

-- Jordan's King Abdullah Calls On Syria's Assad To "Step Down." (BBC News)

-- "Obama Doesn't Rule Out Military Option In Iran." (Fox News)

-- "On Supercommittee, Growing Doubts About Reaching A Debt Deal." (The Washington Post)

-- Boeing Signs Its Biggest Deal Ever; $18 Billion Order From Emirates Airlines For 50 Aircraft. (CNN Money)

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