Good Morning, Cyber Zombies,
The Tweet News Headlines for October 2, 2012.
3-Foot-long gator found in Brooklyn home.
More: Vatican orders investigation of its own police force for suspected abuse of Papal Butler in 1st phase of detainment.
Samsung can finally start selling one of its tablets in the US again.
EU group recommends breaking up banks.
@CBS New York
No shortage of confidence Brooklyn title-taking Nets.
'Beasts' new burden, No SAG Awards
@New York Post
Mayor Bloomberg bribed NYC Cabbies with fare hike: taxi owners.
@BBC Breaking News
France drops investigation into Washington "gang rape" allegations against ex-IMF chief Dominique Strauss Khan.
Property owners face new federal surtax- for medicare.
Al Qaeda rises in North Africa.
@OK!! Magazine USA
Update: Reps say Christina Aguliera never dished to record execs about pressure to be thin.
U.S. Stocks rise at the open, with investors keeping their focus on developments in Europe. DOW gain 37 points.
@Good Morning America
Diaper shortage possible after plant explosion?
Two U.S. Border Agents shot, one fatally, near Naco, Arizona.
Supreme Court possibilities if Obama is re-elected or Ronmey wins election
@Reuters Top News
At least 26 students killed in attack on student residence in northeast Nigera: College Spokesman.
@ABC News Radio
Tax policy center spells out repercussions of "Fiscal Cliff".