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Top Stories: Obama's Plan On Guns; Inflation Remains In Check

Good morning.

Sorry we're late with the roundup. We've had quite a few things to post about already today, as you can see:

Before Obama's Plan Is Out, NRA Calls Him An 'Elitist Hypocrite'

Inflation Rate Slowed Sharply In 2012; Prices Were Flat In December

UPDATE: 'Turmoil' For Many Parents As NYC School Bus Drivers Strike

Fireball, Panic As Helicopter Crashes In London

Blast Rocks Kabul; Dozens Wounded, Attackers Killed

Interior Sec. Salazar Is Latest Member Of Cabinet To Announce Departure

Among the other stories making headlines:

— "French Troops Move North As Mali Rebels Dig In." (The New York Times)

— "Islamists Attack Algerian Gas Feld, Kill, Kidnap Foreigners." (Reuters)

— Former South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford (R) Announces Bid For Congress. (The State)

— Top Japan Airlines Ground Boeing 787 Dreamliners. (BBC News)

— With Confession, Lance Armstrong Is Hoping To Reduce Lifetime Ban From Competition And Head Off A Lawsuit That Could Cost Him Nearly $100 Million. (The Washington Post)

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