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Top Stories: Blizzard Bears Down On Northeast; California Manhunt Continues

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

-- 50 Million People In Path Of Potentially Historic Blizzard

-- Massive Manhunt Continues In Southern California

-- Book News: Should Ayn Rand Be Required Reading?

Other news of the day:

-- Tens Of Thousands Take To Streets Of Tunis For Funeral Of Slain Opposition Leader. (Al-Jazeera English)

-- Multiple Car Bombings Kill More Than 20 In Shiite Areas Of Iraq. (CNN.com)

-- European Union Leaders "On Brink Of Historic Budget Deal." (The Guardian)

-- Hewlett-Packard "Directs Its Suppliers In China To Limit Student Labor." (The New York Times)

-- "Probe Launched" Bush Family's Emails Are Hacked. (The Houston Chronicle)

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