Morning roundup

Top Stories: Ricin Probe Leads To Texas; Severe Weather Continues

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

Reports: Texas Man Questioned About Latest Ricin Letters.

Arizona Mom Released From Mexican Jail.

All Are OK After Small Plane Crashes Through Apartment Roof.

Book News: World's Oldest Torah Scroll Found, Italian Scholar Says.

Other news of note:

— "Russia To Sell At Least 10 MiG Fighters To Syria." (The Associated Press)

Related:

"Russian S-300 Missiles Unlikely To Reach Syria For Months." (Reuters)

"Assad Interview Fuels Missile Confusion." (ABC News)

— "Obama To Press Congress On Student Loan Rates." (It's All Politics)

— "Severe Weather To Continue In The Plains And Midwest On Friday." (National Weather Service)

— "NASA Radar Reveals Asteroid Has Its Own Moon." (Jet Propulsion Laboratory)

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