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Top Stories: Al-Awlaki, Immigration, 'Operation Twist'

Sep 30, 2011

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Mark Memmott

Good morning.

The top story so far, as we've been reporting, is that authorities in Yemen say U.S.-born anti-American al-Qaida cleric Anwar al-Awlaki is dead. We'll keep following that story as it develops.

Other top stories:

"Obama Administration Widens Challenges To State Immigration Laws." (The Washington Post)

The Federal Reserve's "Operation Twist" May Be "More Powerful Than Many Investors Expect." (The Wall Street Journal)

"In European Crisis, Experts See Little Hope For A Quick Fix." (The New York Times)

"Cyber Attacks Mounting Fast In U.S." (CBS News)

"Obama's Buffett Rule Backed By 63% Of Investors." (Bloomberg News)

"Obama's Former Campaign Funders On Wall Street Turn Against Him." (Los Angeles Times)

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