Morning roundup

Top Stories: Historic Southern Storm; San Diego Election

Good morning, and happy Abraham Lincoln's birthday! Here are our early stories:

— 'Crippling', 'Paralyzing': Southern Storm Will Be Wicked.

— Republican Faulconer Elected Mayor In San Diego.

And here are more early headlines:

White House Hosts State Dinner For French President. (New York Times)

Belgium May Extend Right-To-Die To Children. (Bloomberg)

Retired Tenn. Lawyer Dies In Package Bombing At Home. (The Tennessean)

Nebraska Town Votes Again Limiting Housing To Illegal Immigrants. (World-Herald)

Report: Delinquent U.S. Mortgages Fall In 4th Quarter. (TransUnion)

Toyota To Recall Millions Of Priuses For Software Fix. (Bloomberg)

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