Morning roundup

Top Stories: Wild U.S. Weather; North Korea's Strategy Of Belligerence?

Good morning, here are our early stories:

'He Saved Hundreds': Army Chaplain To Get Medal Of Honor

Wild Weather Warning: Tornadoes, Heavy Snows, High Winds

Will North Korea Claim Victory And Stand Down?

And here are more early headlines:

"U.S. Senate Poised For First Votes On Gun Control." (CBS)

"3 Japanese Carmakers Recall Millions Of Autos Over Faulty Airbags." (USA Today)

"Britain Beefs Up Security Ahead Of Thatcher Funeral." (CNN)

"Senate Confirms Jewell As Next Interior Secretary." (Politico)

"Report: March Home Foreclosures Drop To Lowest Level In Five Years." (AP)

"World Shifting Away From Use Of Death Penalty, Says Human Rights Group." (Amnesty International)

"Man Says Zombies Led Him To Flee In Stolen Tractor Trailer." (Huffington Post)

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