Morning roundup

Top Stories: Tornado Cleanup; Explosion In Congo; Obama On Iran

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

Toddler's Death Brings Toll From Latest Tornadoes To 39.

Limbaugh Loses Seventh Advertiser Over Comments About Law Student.

Putin's Victory Comes With Claims Of 'Widespread Violations'.

4.0 Magnitude Quake Rattles San Francisco.

Other stories in the news:

— Blast At Arms Depot Kills More Than 200 In Congo; More Explosions Hamper Rescue Efforts. (The Guardian)

— "106 Dead In Yemen Fighting, 55 Troops Held Captive." (The Associated Press)

— "Dozens Of Iraqi Police Killed In Shooting Spree." (The Associated Press)

— "Obama Reassures Israel Lobby On His Iran Policy;" Will Meet With Neganyahu Today. (Morning Edition)

— "Before Super Tuesday, Big Names Rally To Romney." (The New York Times)

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