FIRST LOOK: Hackers take down Mastercard site in Wikileaks revenge

Liz Goodwin

Welcome to First Look, our daily roundup of early-bird news:

• Wikileaks-supporting hackers say they've attacked Mastercard's web site. (Business Insider)

• Rubber rooms are gone, but many New York teachers still in limbo. (New York Times)

• The UN wants a deal to protect the world's forests. (The Washington Post)

• John Lennon's final interview has been released. (AP)

• Democrats may pair the DREAM Act with an agricultural jobs bill to try to attract GOP votes. (Politico)

• Only one fifth of Americans think U.S. economy is world's strongest. (National Journal)

• A new video is believed to show footage of the American serviceman held by the Taliban. (AP)

• A group of parents is taking over a charter school in L.A. (LA Times)

• The FDA has approved a new diet pill. (ABC News)

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