Morning roundup

Top Stories: President Announces Refinancing Program; Northern Lights Dim

Good morning!

Our early posts:

Egyptians Take To The Streets To Mark First Anniversary Of Revolution

Google's New Privacy Policy Will Allow Tracking Across Services

Marine Accused In Killing Of 24 Iraqis In Haditha Will Serve No Jail Time

In Daring Raid, Navy SEALs Free 2 Aid Workers From Somali Pirates

Our stories making headlines today:

— President to Offer Way for Easing Home Debt (The New York Times)

— Chances of seeing Northern Lights dim (BBC)

— Cruise ship captain admits 'mistake' in deposition (CNN)

— Megaupload founder denied bail (The Washington Post)

— Garth Brooks awarded $1 million in hospital lawsuit (CBS News)

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