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BY NATHAN BYRNE

Here’s a look at your top news headlines from Newsy.

The Los Angeles Times is reporting President Barack Obama has a “steady lead” over GOP hopeful Mitt Romney in polls.

Guest Donny Deutsch and “Morning Joe” host Joe Scarborough debated about Obama versus Romney this morning on MSNBC.

DONNY DEUTSCH: “The problem with Romney being who he is — it plays into Obama, okay, ‘He’s the one percent, I’m the 99 percent.’”

JOE SCARBOROUGH: “If you’re on my side of the aisle, you’re thinking, ‘Okay, yeah, you know what? That guy has run things before. He’s fixed things before.”

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton says the U.S. will soften sanctions on Myanmar following that country’s historic elections. Here’s Al Jazeera.

REPORTER: “Washington is extending both congratulations and encouragement to do more.”

HILLARY CLINTON: “The United States is committed to taking steps alongside the Burmese government and people as they move down the road of reform and development.”

A Greek pensioner committed suicide outside the parliament building in Athens. Euronews reports.

“The 77-year-old shot himself in the head on Wednesday morning. In a note found on his body, he blamed his money troubles and Greece’s politicians.”

Google is revealing some details on what it’s calling “Project Glass.”

The company posted a video on Google+ Wednesday.

Included in the demo — glasses that display the weather forecast in front of your eyes when you look out the window.

According to the BBC, developers are looking for feedback.

No indication of when the product would go on sale or how much it would cost.

Stay with Newsy for more multisource video news throughout the day. For Newsy, I’m Nathan Byrne, highlighting the top headlines making you smarter, faster.

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Top News Headlines: Obama Leads Romney in Polls

(Image source: theGrio)

BY NATHAN BYRNE

Here’s a look at your top news headlines from Newsy.

The Los Angeles Times is reporting President Barack Obama has a “steady lead” over GOP hopeful Mitt Romney in polls.

Guest Donny Deutsch and “Morning Joe” host Joe Scarborough debated about Obama versus Romney this morning on MSNBC.

DONNY DEUTSCH: “The problem with Romney being who he is — it plays into Obama, okay, ‘He’s the one percent, I’m the 99 percent.’”

JOE SCARBOROUGH: “If you’re on my side of the aisle, you’re thinking, ‘Okay, yeah, you know what? That guy has run things before. He’s fixed things before.”

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton says the U.S. will soften sanctions on Myanmar following that country’s historic elections. Here’s Al Jazeera.

REPORTER: “Washington is extending both congratulations and encouragement to do more.”

HILLARY CLINTON: “The United States is committed to taking steps alongside the Burmese government and people as they move down the road of reform and development.”

A Greek pensioner committed suicide outside the parliament building in Athens. Euronews reports.

“The 77-year-old shot himself in the head on Wednesday morning. In a note found on his body, he blamed his money troubles and Greece’s politicians.”

Google is revealing some details on what it’s calling “Project Glass.”

The company posted a video on Google+ Wednesday.

Included in the demo — glasses that display the weather forecast in front of your eyes when you look out the window.

According to the BBC, developers are looking for feedback.

No indication of when the product would go on sale or how much it would cost.

Stay with Newsy for more multisource video news throughout the day. For Newsy, I’m Nathan Byrne, highlighting the top headlines making you smarter, faster.

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