Morning roundup

Top Stories: Wikipedia's 'Blackout,' Hopes Fading For Survivors In Italy

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

Wednesday's Web 'Blackout' By Wikipedia, Others: Right Way To Protest?

Hopes Are Fading For Missing In Italian Cruise Ship Disaster.

Fuel Is Flowing To Nome Through Half-Mile Hose Laid Over Ice.

Egypt's Wael Ghonim: 'Revolutions Are Processes ... It Will Take Time.'

Other stories in the news:

— " 'Food Stamp President': Race Code, Or Just Politics?" (Morning Edition)

— "Romney On Defense From GOP Rivals In S.C. Debate." (The Associated Press)

— "S&P Extends Gains, Rises Above 1,300." (Reuters)

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