Morning roundup

Top Stories: Jobless Benefits Stall; New NSA Spying Allegations

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— Report: NSA Put Surveillance Software On 100,000 Computers.

— Extending Jobless Benefits Likely Delayed Again.

— Supreme Court Considers Legality Of Abortion Clinic Buffer Zones.

And here are more early headlines:

Safe Drinking Water Back For More West Virginia Residents. (Charleston Gazette)

New Mexico Student Allegedly Used Shotgun In School Shooting. (Albuquerque Journal)

U.S., Arab Donors Promise $1 Billion In Aid To Displaced Syrians. (Reuters)

It's Day 2 Of Voting On Egypt's Draft Constitution. (BBC)

Blizzard Conditions, Heavy Snow In Upper Plains. (NWS)

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