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Top Stories: Sen. Paul's Filibuster; North Korea's Warning

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

Nearly 13 Hours Later, Sen. Paul Ends His Filibuster; Here's The Video.

Book News: Who's Afraid Of Sheryl Sandberg?

Also making headlines:

— "North Korea Warns U.S. Of Preemptive Nuclear Strike." (Reuters)

— "Obama Looks For A Spring Thaw With Congress To Start Melting Deficit." (Morning Edition and It's All Politics)

— "Obama Picked Up GOP Senator's Dinner Tab." (The Washington Post)

— "Hugo Chávez's Final Words: 'I Don't Want To Die.' " (The Guardian)

— Italy's Berlusconi Convicted For Illegal Wiretap, Sentenced To Year In Jail; Expected To Appeal. (BBC News)

— "Suspect In Brooklyn Hit And Run Awaiting Extradition" From Pennsylvania. (WABC-TV)

— Winter Storm Takes Aim At New England, Upstate New York. (Weather.com)

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