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Top Stories: Boeing Contract OK'd; Record Low Temps Expected

Trying to stay warm: A woman paused in Manhattan's Times Square on Friday as bitterly cold winds blew through. Even colder temperatures are coming for much of the nation. i i

Trying to stay warm: A woman paused in Manhattan's Times Square on Friday as bitterly cold winds blew through. Even colder temperatures are coming for much of the nation. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Trying to stay warm: A woman paused in Manhattan's Times Square on Friday as bitterly cold winds blew through. Even colder temperatures are coming for much of the nation.

Trying to stay warm: A woman paused in Manhattan's Times Square on Friday as bitterly cold winds blew through. Even colder temperatures are coming for much of the nation.

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Good morning.

Our early headlines:

'Cheers And Jeers' As Boeing Machinists Narrowly OK Contract

Phil Everly Dies; Transformed Rock 'N' Roll With Brother Don

Other stories in the news:

Death Toll Rises From Northeast Storm; "Record Lows Likely" Across Much Of Nation. (USA Today)

— "Rescued Antarctic Passengers Resume Journey Home." (The Associated Press)

Al-Qaida's Chief In Lebanon "Dies In Custody." (BBC News)

"Iraqi Army Shells Falluja" In Bid To Dislodge Al-Qaida And Tribal Fighters. (Reuters)

— Man Who Had Lottery Ticket Worth $174 Million Didn't Realize He'd Won For Weeks. (San Jose Mercury News)

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