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Top Stories: Al Qaida Claims Paris Attack; Charlie Hebdo Sells Fast

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- Al Qaida In Yemen Takes Responsibility For Paris Attack.

-- Post-Attack Edition Of 'Charlie Hebdo' Sells Out In France.

And here are more early headlines:

Space Station Astronauts Safe; Odd Technical Reading Investigated. ( AP)

House Poised To Act On Bill Tied To Obama's Immigration Decision. ( CNN)

Tsarnaev Lawyers Cite Paris Attacks, Ask For Jury Selection Delay. ( Boston Globe)

Report: U.S. Hands Over Lord's Resistance Army Leader To Uganda. ( AP)

Hong Kong Leader Gives Speech As Opposition Lawmakers Protest. ( BBC)

Refugee Hunger Strikers In Australia Demand U.N. Intervention. ( Sydney Morning Herald)

Congestion Continues At West Coast Ports Despite Talks. ( Los Angeles Times)

Domestic Violence Charges Dropped Against Soccer Star Hope Solo. ( Seattle Times)

"Transformers" Leads Nominations For Worst In Film For 2015 Razzies. ( E! Online)

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Korva Coleman is a newscaster for NPR.