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Targeted killing memo and other headlines

Morning headlines: memo approving the targeted killing of U.S. citizen Anwar al-Awlaki to be released, forward thinking PA clerk left behind on gay marriage.
File Photo: Anwar Al-Awlaki at Dar al Hijrah Mosque on October 4 2001 in Falls Church, VA. (Photo by Tracy Woodward/The Washington Post via Getty Images, File).

The only county clerk who can't issue same-sex marriage licenses in Pennsylvania now is the guy who previously defied the ban last year. (The Intelligencer)

Chelsea Clinton's mother-in-law lost her bid to return to the House yesterday. (NY Mag)

North Dakota oil producers say oil from the Bakken shale doesn't pose special risks to rail transport. (WSJ)

'Iron Man' suit Mark I coming to the U.S. military soon? (AP)

The National September 11 Memorial Museum opens today in New York. (AP)

Young Iranians arrested for making "Happy" video in Tehran. (NY Times)Any stories to add? Tell us in the comments, please.