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Happening Now - Thursday Nov. 3rd, 2011

Good morning!

Trina is in for Clint today.

Here are some stories we'll be following with reporters/guests today...

Closing arguments in the Conrad Murray trial begin at noon ET. Adam Housley and Bob Massi are on the ground in LA to cover it.

Pres. Obama has arrived in France to join world leaders at the G20 summit. The European debt crisis is sure to dominate the conference.

The Wall Street Journal is reporting that the Obama administration is working to shift the military's mission in Afghanistan to an advisory role (scaling back combat duties) as soon as next year.

Connecticut Republican senate candidate Linda McMahon announces her endorsement of Mitt Romney for President.

Nasty finger pointing in the Herman Cain sexual harassment allegations - Cain's people saying Perry is behind the leaks - Perry's people say it could be Romney's folks.

About 5,000 Oakland occupy protesters effectively shut down one of the nation's busiest shipping ports.

Fox News has learned the Department of Energy sent about 20,000 more pages of Solyndra-related documents to the House Energy and Commerce Committee...Ed Henry is digging through the documents.

Arson suspected as cause of 5,000 acre fire near Salem, MO.

National unemployment is 9.1%. But things are very different in one American city. Companies are hiring so quickly housing can't be built fast enough! The mayor of the town joins us in the 11am ET hour.