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Stories We're Following on Weds. Sept. 14

Here are some of the stories we'll be covering today on Happening now -

GOP wins Anthony Weiner's house seat with a Bob Turner victory in the NY special election.

US embassy attack in Kabul is over...all 20 assailants are dead...the assault killed 7 Afghans-now questions are being raised about how the country will fare when U.S. and allied troops pull out.

Federal government is set to release report detailing what caused BP oil spill as early as today.

Iran's judiciary is now denying reports that the release of U.S. hikers is imminent.

A Pakistan intelligence official says Al Zawahri (bin Laden's al Qaeda replacement) is now hiding in Yemen or Somalia.

National Guard helicopters have been called in to help firefighters in Minnesota fight a wildfire now blazing across more than 100,000 acres.

The NTSB is now recommending a ban on all cell phones (handheld or hands-free) for all commercial drivers in the U.S.

Police searching again for missing Utah mom Susan Powell-they say information learned in the investigation into her disappearance points to the possibility they may find something in the new search area.

A newly released Bloomberg poll (conducted Sept 9th-12th) shows Americans disapprove Obama's handling of the economy by 62-33 percent (9 percent increase in disapproval number 6 months ago) .