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Top Stories: Ship Search Suspended; Famine Fears Grow In Sudan

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

In Italy, Search Of Stricken Cruise Ship Suspended.

If You Really Need Wikipedia Today, You Can Get To It.

Seattle, Western Washington Hunker Down As Snow Arrives.

Other top stories:

— "U.S. Sudan Envoy Says 500,000 People In Near Famine Conditions." (Bloomberg News)

— "Israel Says Decision On Attack On Iran Is Not Close." (CNN)

— "Poll: Mitt Romney Atop Fluid GOP Race With 28 Percent." (CBS News)

— "Electorate Is Sharply Split Over Obama, Poll Finds." (The Washington Post)

— " 'Occupy' Protesters Suspected Of Throwing Smoke Bomb Over White House Fence." (Fox News)

— "Tanker's Fuel Transfer To Nome Going Smoothly So Far." (Anchorage Daily News)

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