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Top Stories: Zuccotti Park Cleared; Sandusky Speaks; Cain's 'Oops' Moment

Good morning.

Our early headines today:

-- New York Police Clear Occupy Wall Street Protesters From Park.

-- Penn State Scandal: More Suspected Victims; Sandusky Says He's Innocent.

Other top stories of the day include:

-- "Herman Cain Has Major 'Oops' Moment On Libya." (It's All Politics)

-- "Humor and Determination Key to Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords Recovery." (ABC News)

-- "Debt Panel Could Punt On Tough Calls." (Politico)

-- Stock Futures Slide "As Euro Zone Fears Persist." (Reuters)

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