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Morning Headlines: Monday, October 7

The Morning Joe headlines for Monday, October 7
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The Morning Joe headlines for Monday, October 7

Here are the headlines we’re reading this morning. Which headlines are getting your attention?

Brain drain? Shutdown could scare off best and brightest

Supreme Court to face ‘year of the sequel’

White House calls on Boehner to pass ‘clean’ bill

Kerry: Terrorists ‘can run, but they can’t hide’

Manning’s Broncos win shootout with Dallas 51-48

9-year-old sneaks onto flight, flies to Vegas alone

2 Americans, German win Nobel medicine prize for discovery of cell transport system

The question facing Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Stay or go?

E.J. Dionne: The tea party’s last stand

Boehner Firm in Call for Concessions From Obama

NYT Editorial: Fixing Immigration From the Ground Up

Krugman: The Boehner Bunglers

U.S. Said to Hold Qaeda Suspect on Navy Ship

Reid plotting to stay in power

Obamacare showdown in Texas

Typhoon Forces Half A Million To Evacuate In China

13 Fans Injured In Horrific IndyCar Wreck

Dem poll: GOP could lose control of House

In shutdown, some wiggle room

Egypt: ’50 dead’ in clashes amid rival demonstrations

Twitter’s Valuation Seen Exceeding $20 Billion After IPO

‘Gravity’ pulls in $55.6 million to set October box office record