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Top Stories: Karzai Lashes Out At U.S.; North Korea To Launch Satellite

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

-- Karzai At 'End Of The Rope,' Says Witnesses Dispute U.S. Account Of Killings.

-- Soldier Accused Of Massacre 'Just Snapped,' Official Says.

-- Consumer Prices Rose 0.4 Percent Last Month; Factory Output Up 0.3 Percent.

-- Archbishop Of Canterbury Is Stepping Down.

-- Early Hoops Upsets: Connecticut, Wichita Bounced Out Of Men's Tourney.

-- Cricket's Tendulkar Gets His 100th 100.

Other stories in the news:

-- North Korea Says It Will Launch Satellite Into Space With Long-Range Rocket. (The Associated Press)

-- "Revisiting The Spark That Kindled The Syrian Uprising." (Morning Edition)

-- "Crowds Storm Stores For Apple's Next iPad." (USA Today's Technology Live blog)

-- "Belgium Mourns 28 Killed In Bus Crash." (CNN.com)

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