Top Stories: Syrian Chemical Weapons Threat; Michigan Union Protesters

Dec 11, 2012

Good morning, here are our top stories:

Syrian Defector: Assad Will Use Chemical Weapons If He's Desperate.

And here are other early headlines:

Union Protesters Converge On Michigan Capitol Ahead Of Right-To-Work Vote. (Michigan Live)

Pro, Con Rallies On Egyptian Constitution Set For Cairo Today. (BBC)

Former South African President Mandela's Responding To Treatment For Lung Infection. (CBS)

Mali's Interim Prime Minister Forced Out Of Office, Arrested By Junta. (The Telegraph)

Reports: Delta Airlines Poised To Take Minority Share In Virgin Atlantic Airlines. (AP, Reuters)

Former Florida Police Officer To Be Executed For Serial Murders. (Tampa Bay Times)

Jet Fuel Pumped Into Two New Jersey Cars After Mistaken Delivery To Five Gas Stations. (New Jersey Star Ledger)

Bad Apple Map Gives Dangerous Australian Directions, Triggers Rescues. (CNET)

Man Goes Naked At Austrian Art Exhibition Of Naked Men. (AP)

And welcome to the world, Estela Mayra!

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