Morning roundup

Top Stories: Pussy Riot Releases; Deadline Day For Health Care

Good morning.

Our early Monday headlines and a couple from the weekend include:

Her Release Is Just A 'PR Stunt,' Pussy Riot Member Says

'I Am A Lover ... Not A Hater,' Says 'Duck Dynasty' Star

Book News: 'It's Kind Of A Funny Story' Author Mourned

With 51 Touchdowns, Peyton Manning Breaks Season Record

Americans Are Safely Airlifted Out Of South Sudan

Other stories making headlines include:

— "Last-minute scramble on critical Obamacare deadline day." (CBS News)

— "Fears grow of civil war in South Sudan as rebels seize town." (Reuters)

— "Winter weather wreaks havoc for the holidays." (CNN)

— "Apple reaches iPhone deal with China Mobile." (USA Today)

— "Utah tries again Monday to halt same-sex marriages." (The Salt Lake Tribune)

— "Rodman leaves North Korea without word if he met leader." (The Associated Press)

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