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10 Things to Know for Wednesday

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Doctors advocate far wider use of statins.  New guidelines on preventing heart attacks and strokes say a third of all U.S. adults should consider taking the cholesterol-lowering drugs. By Carlos Otero Doctors advocate far wider use of statins. New guidelines on preventing heart attacks and strokes say a third of all U.S. adults should consider taking the cholesterol-lowering drugs. By Carlos Otero
Hope for lower typhoon death toll.  The president says the number of those killed in the Philippines could be dramatically lower than earlier feared. By Carlos Otero Hope for lower typhoon death toll. The president says the number of those killed in the Philippines could be dramatically lower than earlier feared. By Carlos Otero
Who's urging Obama to live up to health care promise.  Ex-President Clinton says the law should be changed, if need be, to allow people to keep their insurance if they're happy with it. By Drew Angerer Who's urging Obama to live up to health care promise. Ex-President Clinton says the law should be changed, if need be, to allow people to keep their insurance if they're happy with it. By Drew Angerer
One World Trade Center deemed nation's tallest building.  A panel of experts decides that a 408-foot-tall, rooftop needle should count as part of the structure's total height. By Carlos Otero One World Trade Center deemed nation's tallest building. A panel of experts decides that a 408-foot-tall, rooftop needle should count as part of the structure's total height. By Carlos Otero
Egypt braces for fresh unrest.  Cairo announces the end of a 3-month-old state of emergency and curfew, raising fears of new protests by supporters of ousted President Morsi. By KHALED DESOUKI Egypt braces for fresh unrest. Cairo announces the end of a 3-month-old state of emergency and curfew, raising fears of new protests by supporters of ousted President Morsi. By KHALED DESOUKI

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Wednesday:

1. DOCTORS ADVOCATE FAR WIDER USE OF STATINS

   New guidelines on preventing heart attacks and strokes say a third of all U.S. adults should consider taking the cholesterol-lowering drugs.

2. HOPE FOR LOWER TYPHOON DEATH TOLL

   The president says the number of those killed in the Philippines could be dramatically lower than earlier feared.

3. WHO'S URGING OBAMA TO LIVE UP TO HEALTH CARE PROMISE

   Ex-President Clinton says the law should be changed, if need be, to allow people to keep their insurance if they're happy with it.

4. ONE WORLD TRADE CENTER DEEMED NATION'S TALLEST BUILDING

   A panel of experts decides that a 408-foot-tall, rooftop needle should count as part of the structure's total height.

5. EGYPT BRACES FOR FRESH UNREST

   Cairo announces the end of a 3-month-old state of emergency and curfew, raising fears of new protests by supporters of ousted President Morsi.

6. SEAT BELTS ON BUSES AN IDEA WHOSE TIME STILL HASN'T COME

   The government hasn't yet acted on a recommendation made 45 years ago after a deadly passenger bus crash in California.

7. WHY TURKEY DINNERS MAY GO UNEATEN

   Black Friday shopping continues to creep further into the Thanksgiving holiday as more stores open a day early.

8. DOJ REACHES DEAL TO ALLOW CREATION OF WORLD'S BIGGEST AIRLINE

   As part of their merger, American Airlines and US Airways agree to make it easier for low-cost carriers to fly into key U.S. airports.

9. WHAT HAD BEEN OLD THAT'S NEW AGAIN

   More than 30 cities around the U.S. are building streetcar systems, spending millions to restore infrastructure declared obsolete years ago.

10.  PAINTING SETS WORLD RECORD FOR ARTWORK SOLD AT AUCTION

   Francis Bacon's 1969 work "Three Studies of Lucian Freud" sells for over $142 million in New York, topping the nearly $120 million paid for "The Scream."

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