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Top Stories: Morsi Is Defiant; LAX Shooting Sparks Debate

On patrol: A Los Angeles Police Department officer and her dog were among the security forces on duty over the weekend in Terminal 3 at Los Angeles International Airport. A gunman opened fire there Friday, killing a TSA officer and wounding several other people.
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On patrol: A Los Angeles Police Department officer and her dog were among the security forces on duty over the weekend in Terminal 3 at Los Angeles International Airport. A gunman opened fire there Friday, killing a TSA officer and wounding several other people.

Good morning.

Our headlines from earlier today and over the weekend:

-- Morsi Is Defiant At Trial, Judge Adjourns Case To January

-- Book News: Rand Paul To Plagiarism Accusers: 'If Dueling Were Legal In Kentucky ...'

-- Toronto Mayor Rob Ford Says He Will Not Resign

-- No Clemency For Snowden, U.S. Officials Say

-- Kenyans Mutai, Jeptoo Win New York City Marathon

-- 'Egypt's Jon Stewart' Kicked Off The Air

-- Murder Charges Filed In Los Angeles Airport Shooting

Other stories making headlines:

-- "LAX Shooting Sparks Debate On Security, Arming TSA Agents." (Los Angeles Times)

-- Report Alleges That Doctors Have Been "Complicit In Torture At CIA, Military Prisons." (Global Post)

-- "Virginia Governor's Race May Be Proxy For Broader National Debate." (Morning Edition)

-- "SAC Settlement, With Record Fine, Set For Monday." (CNBC)

-- In Pakistan, Musharraf Is A "Step Closer To Release After Bail." (BBC News)

-- Coaches Of NFL's Houston Texans And Denver Broncos Hospitalized. (ESPN)

-- Rep. Mike Michaud, D-Maine, Announces He Is Gay, "Sharply Changing The Dynamic Of The 2014 Gubernatorial Race." (Portland Press-Herald)

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