ADVISORY CNN Wire Morning Outlook

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US-Amanda-Knox-Case By Richard Allen Greene (Will update)
After four years locked up in an Italian prison, Amanda Knox will savor her first full day of freedom Tuesday with plans to go home to Seattle.
Syria-Unrest (Will update)
The U.N. Security Council could vote as soon as Tuesday on a resolution calling on Syria to immediately halt its violent crackdown on opponents who have staged protests against the continued rule of Bashar al-Assad.
California-Conrad-Murray-Trial By Alan Duke (Will update)
Two more girlfriends of Conrad Murray are expected to testify in the doctor's involuntary manslaughter trial Tuesday, but questions about their personal relationships with Murray will likely to be limited.
TRAVEL-Trusted-Traveler-Program (Will update)
The Transportation Security Administration is expected to announce details at 10:30 a.m. ET Tuesday of a pilot project meant to expedite screening at airport checkpoints.
Michigan-AbdulMutallab-Trial (Will update)
Jury selection begins Tuesday in the trial of Umar Farouk AbdulMutallab, who is man accused of trying to detonate an explosive device in his underwear aboard a Christmas 2009 flight to Detroit.
TECH-New-Iphone By John D. Sutter (Will update)
Apple is expected to unveil its much anticipated new version of the iPhone at 1 p.m. ET Tuesday.
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US-Amanda-Knox-Case By Richard Allen Greene
After four years locked up in an Italian prison, Amanda Knox will savor her first full day of freedom Tuesday with plans to go home to Seattle.
INTERNATIONAL
South-Africa-Dalai-Lama
The Dalai Lama canceled his planned trip to South Africa this week after the nation failed to issue him a visa, his spokesman said.
South-Pacific-Island-Drought By Hilary Whiteman
Two idyllic South Pacific islands are facing a water crisis; they're running out of it, and fast. The island nations Tuvalu and Tokelau have declared states of emergency after six months of little or no rainfall.
Japan-North-Korea-Defectors By Yoko Wakatsuki
Nine North Korean defectors found near Japan's coast in September were transferred to Seoul, South Korea, on Tuesday, a Japanese government spokesmen said.
Syria-Unrest
The U.N. Security Council could vote as soon as Tuesday on a resolution calling on Syria to immediately halt its violent crackdown on opponents who have staged protests against the continued rule of Bashar al-Assad.
US-Amanda-Knox-Case By Richard Allen Greene
After four years locked up in an Italian prison, Amanda Knox will savor her first full day of freedom Tuesday with plans to go home to Seattle.
SPORT-Macedonia-Basketball-Hero-McCalebb
Bo McCalebb, a 26-year old from New Orleans, makes for an unlikely Macedonian national hero. Until a year ago the basketball player had not even set foot in the small Balkan country, but since helping the national team to their biggest ever international sporting success last month, he's become one of Macedonia's favorite adopted sons.
Pakistan-NATO-Attack By Shaan A. Khan
A truck carrying fuel for NATO forces was set ablaze Tuesday by suspected militants in Pakistan's southwestern province of Balochistan, police said.
Egypt-Agreement
The Egyptian cabinet is scheduled to meet Tuesday to discuss an agreement between political groups and the ruling military council on election policies, the status of the country's unpopular emergency law and other issues.
Sweden-Nobel-Physics
Two scientists from the United States and one from Australia have won the 2011 Nobel Prize in Physics, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences announced Tuesday.
Pakistan-Violence By Reza Sayah
Thirteen people were killed when gunmen ambushed a passenger bus outside of Quetta, the capital of the southwestern Pakistani province of Balochistan, local police said.
Macedonia-Skopje-2014 By Catriona Davies
When Macedonia celebrated the 20th anniversary of its independence from the former Yugoslavia last month, it did so in a capital city that has been radically transformed over the past two years.
U.S.A.
California-Conrad-Murray-Trial By Alan Duke
Two more girlfriends of Conrad Murray are expected to testify in the doctor's involuntary manslaughter trial Tuesday, but questions about their personal relationships with Murray will likely to be limited.
SPORT-Sport-NBA-Lockout By Lateef Mungin
The start of the NBA season could depend on what happens at a pivotal meeting Tuesday noon between the owners and the players in New York.
POL-Holder-Fast-And-Furious By Terry Frieden
Documents leaked on Capitol Hill to CNN and other news organizations purport to show Attorney General Eric Holder knew about a controversial gun-running operation earlier than he had testified.
TRAVEL-Trusted-Traveler-Program
The Transportation Security Administration on Tuesday will unveil a "trusted traveler" program -- one meant to expedite screening at U.S. airport checkpoints, agency chief John Pistole said.
California-Prison-Hunger-Strike
Thousands of California state prisoners, angry about what they call harsh treatment, have been on a hunger strike that enters its ninth day Tuesday.
Michigan-AbdulMutallab-Trial
Jury selection begins Tuesday in the trial of Umar Farouk AbdulMutallab, who is man accused of trying to detonate an explosive device in his underwear aboard a Christmas 2009 flight to Detroit.
TECH-New-Iphone By John D. Sutter
Apple is expected to unveil its much anticipated new version of the iPhone at 1 p.m. ET Tuesday.
Hawaii-Surfing-Letter By Greg Morrison
A Hawaiian tradition is about to become recognized as a legitimate high school sport. Surfing, which is synonymous with the island culture, is expected to get formal approval Tuesday as a sanctioned sport when the state board of education meets.
US-Juvenile-Jails By Terry Frieden
Locking juvenile offenders behind bars is costly and largely ineffective, according to a report released Tuesday by an advocacy group that favors alternatives to youth detention.
TECH-Hotmail-Technology By Mark Milian
Remember when Hotmail was hot? Hotmail still holds the highest market share worldwide, followed by Yahoo Mail and then Gmail, according to research firm ComScore. In the U.S., Yahoo is the leader, and this year, Gmail surpassed Hotmail and maintains faster growth, ComScore says.
MONEY-Manhattan-Home-Prices
Taking advantage of a weak U.S. dollar and a beaten down housing market, foreign buyers helped push Manhattan home prices slightly higher in the third quarter, according to the city's top residential real estate agents.