Morning roundup

Top Stories: New East Coast Storm; Preventing Olympic Attacks

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— What Is This Bombogenesis And Why Is It Dumping Snow On Us?

— Hunt Is On For At Least One 'Black Widow' In Sochi.

And here are more early headlines:

Deadly Bombing Strikes Hezbollah Neighborhood In Beirut. (AP)

Report: Many Mine Clearing Workers Kidnapped In Afghanistan. (Khaama Press)

Anti-Government Protesters Clash Overnight With Ukrainian Police. (BBC)

Oklahoma Steel Plant Blast Kills Two. (KWTV)

Widener University Student Shot, Critically Injured In Pennsylvania. (Philly.com)

100 Million South Korean Credit Cards, Bank Data Stolen. (Reuters)

4 Pilot Whales Die In South Florida, Officials Monitor Pod. (WTVJ)

China Lifts Ban On Lady Gaga, But Album Cover Altered Before Sale. (CNN)

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