Morning roundup

Top Stories: Romney Regains Momentum; 'Anonymous' Hackers Arrested

Good morning! And happy leap day.

Our early headlines:

At Least One Killed, 13 Injured By Possible Tornado In Mo.

UPDATED: Official Questions Identity Of Man Thought To Be Al-Qaida Leader

Feds Seek Tough Message In Mine Disaster Sentence

Man Who Collected Ryan Braun's Sample Says He Didn't Tamper With It

Revised Numbers Show U.S. Economy Quickened In The Fourth Quarter

James Murdoch Steps Down As Executive Chairman Of News International

Other stories making headlines today:

— "Romney Regains Stride With Victories in 2 States" (The New York Times)

— "Coast Guard copter crash: 1 dead, 3 missing" (CBS News)

— "Kennel Club: Americans still love labs the most" (Boston Globe)

— "Interpol arrests suspected 'Anonymous' hackers" (CNN)

— "North Korea Agrees to Curb Nuclear Work, U.S. Says" (NYT)

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