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Top Stories: Cain Disputes Allegations; Berlusconi Faces Key Vote

Good morning.

Our early headlines were:

-- Cain: 'There's Not An Ounce Of Truth' In Latest Allegations.

-- Boxer Joe Frazier, Who Beat Ali In The 'Fight Of The Century,' Has Died.

-- Should Penn State Clean House, Including Paterno?

Meanwhile, other top headlines of the day so far include:

-- "Sarkozy Called Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu 'Liar.' " (BBC News)

-- "Berlusconi Faces Crunch Parliament Vote." (The Financial Times)

-- Coalition Partner Demands That Berlusconi Resign. (The Guardian)

-- Greece Expected To Name Former European Central Bank Official As New Prime Minister. (The Wall Street Journal)

-- Elections Today "May Hold 2012 Clues." (Politico)

-- Attorney General Holder: Fast And Furious Program Never Should Have Happened. (The Washington Post)

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