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Top Stories: Zimbabwe's Apparent Coup; Is Washington's Swamp Draining?

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- 'Drain The Swamp'? Hardly. Washington Appears More Stuck In The Muck Than Ever.

-- Zimbabwe's Army Seizes Control, Mugabe Apparently Sidelined.

-- Australians Vote 'Yes' On Gay Marriage.

And here are more early headlines:

California School Lockdown Protected Kids From Shooter. ( Sacramento Bee)

Need For Aid Is Desperate In Quake-Stricken Iran. ( AP)

Trial Underway For Anti-Federal Government Rancher. ( Los Angeles Times)

Dozens Of Mexico Schools Briefly Close Over Gang Threats. ( AP)

New Delhi Still Choking On Smog. ( CNN)

Alaska Air Is Dropping Its New Flights To Cuba. ( Seattle Times)

Russia Readies Response As U.S. Declares Russian Channel Foreign Agent. ( Washington Post)

Baseball's Managers Of The Year: Louvullo And Molitor. ( ESPN)

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