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Top Stories: Snow And Ice Spread; Senate Tweaks Filibuster Rules

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There was plenty to shovel early Friday in Durham, Pa. More winter weather is on the way for much of the nation. Owen Humphreys /PA Photos /Landov hide caption

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There was plenty to shovel early Friday in Durham, Pa. More winter weather is on the way for much of the nation.

There was plenty to shovel early Friday in Durham, Pa. More winter weather is on the way for much of the nation.

Owen Humphreys /PA Photos /Landov

Good morning.

The stories making headlines today include:

— " 'March For Life' Rally Expected To Draw Huge Crowd In Washington." (Our first post of the day.)

— "Snow, Ice Target Midwest, East." (The Weather Channel)

— Senate OKs Modest Tweaks To Filibuster Rules. (It's All Politics)

— "Republicans In Virginia, Other States Seeking Electoral College Changes." (The Washington Post)

— "Boeing's 787 Problems Remain A Mystery." (Morning Edition)

— "Clashes In Cairo As Egypt Marks Revolution Anniversary." (The Guardian)

— "North Korea Warns South Over U.N. Sanctions." (BBC News)

— "The Fight To Unseat Apple's iPhone Intensifies." (The Wall Street Journal)

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