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Top Stories: Obama Works To Save The ACA; Haiti Gets A President-Elect

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- Obama Makes A Last-Ditch Effort For His Signature Health Care Law.

-- Israeli Soldier Convicted Of Manslaughter For Killing Wounded Palestinian.

-- 14 Months After Elections Began, Haiti Finally Has A President-Elect.

And here are more early headlines:

Sentencing Phase To Open In Charleston Shooter's Trial. (AFP)

Arrests End NAACP-Led Sit-In At Sen. Sessions' Alabama Office. (CNN)

Dozens Of Filipinos Sought After Jail Break Out. (New York Times)

Credit Reporting Agencies Fined For Deceptive Practices. (Reuters)

Canadian Firm Seeks Nuclear Waste Storage Near Lake Huron. (Detroit News)

West Coast Crab Fishermen On Strike For Second Week. (SFGate)

Storms Kill Georgia Woman, Bringing Southern Death Toll To 6. (AP)

Report: Charles Manson Hospitalized For Serious Illness. (Los Angeles Times)

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