Morning roundup

Top Stories: Obama Is 'Person Of The Year'; UBS Heavily Fined For Fraud

Good morning, here are our early stories:

UBS To Pay $1.5 Billion For 'Routine And Widespread' Rate Rigging.

President Obama Is 'Time' Magazine's 'Person Of The Year'.

Newtown Shootings: Funerals Continue; Biden To Lead Task Force.

And here are more early headlines:

Conn. Medical Examiner Investigating Whether Newtown Shooter's Genetics Involved. (Hartford Courant)

Major Winter Storm Bearing Down On Rockies, Plains. (Wunderground)

More Pakistani Health Workers Killed While Administering Polio Vaccine. (CNN)

South Korean Presidential Candidates In Close Contest, A Day After Vote. (Bloomberg)

Russian Lawmakers Voting On Ban Of Child Adoptions By Americans. (ABC)

Former IMF Chief Strauss-Kahn Still Faces French 'Pimping' Charges. (BBC)

General Motors Will Buy Back 200 Million Shares Of Its Stock From U.S. (Detroit Free Press)

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