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BY NATHAN BYRNE

Congress is now asking questions about the investigation that uncovered the affair of David Petraeus. Here’s CNN.

“Lawmakers demanding answers from the CIA, the FBI and the White House about the events leading to the resignation of CIA director, David Petraeus.”

Fire investigators are looking for answers in the explosion that rocked an Indianapolis neighborhood over the weekend. Fox News reports.

“It leveled two homes, setting others on fire, killing two people. Dozens of other homes damaged, forcing several hundred people to evacuate the neighborhood.”

The Greek parliament has approved a budget that includes massive austerity cuts. But an economist tells the BBC the economic crisis is far from over.

“The developments in Greece overnight are a big step forward, but this is a necessary, but not sufficient condition moving out of crisis in a sustainable way.”

The Los Angeles Lakers have a new head coach, and it’s not the name many expected. ESPN reports the team hired Mike D’Antoni late Sunday night.

“The former New York Knicks and Phoenix Suns head coach will sign a four-year deal. His hiring, meanwhile, ends speculation that former Lakers coach Phil Jackson would return to the team.”

Top News Headlines: Congress Demands Answers on Petraeus

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Nov 12, 2012

Top News Headlines: Congress Demands Answers on Petraeus

(Image source: TIME)

BY NATHAN BYRNE

Congress is now asking questions about the investigation that uncovered the affair of David Petraeus. Here’s CNN.

“Lawmakers demanding answers from the CIA, the FBI and the White House about the events leading to the resignation of CIA director, David Petraeus.”

Fire investigators are looking for answers in the explosion that rocked an Indianapolis neighborhood over the weekend. Fox News reports.

“It leveled two homes, setting others on fire, killing two people. Dozens of other homes damaged, forcing several hundred people to evacuate the neighborhood.”

The Greek parliament has approved a budget that includes massive austerity cuts. But an economist tells the BBC the economic crisis is far from over.

“The developments in Greece overnight are a big step forward, but this is a necessary, but not sufficient condition moving out of crisis in a sustainable way.”

The Los Angeles Lakers have a new head coach, and it’s not the name many expected. ESPN reports the team hired Mike D’Antoni late Sunday night.

“The former New York Knicks and Phoenix Suns head coach will sign a four-year deal. His hiring, meanwhile, ends speculation that former Lakers coach Phil Jackson would return to the team.”

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