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Top Stories: North Korea's Crimes; Snake Handling Preacher Dies

Happy Presidents' Day! Here are our early stories:

— U.N. Report Details North Korea's 'Crimes Against Humanity'.

— Snake-Handling Reality TV Pastor Dies After Snakebite.

— A Push To Boost Computer Science Learning, Even At An Early Age.

And here are more early headlines:

Syrian Rebels Fire Their Commander, Choose Veteran As Leader. (Los Angeles Times)

Fearing Arrest, Trapped South African Miners Refuse Rescue. (VOA)

Ethiopian Airlines Co-Pilot Hijacks Plane To Switzerland, Asks For Asylum. (Wall Street Journal)

Upstart Italian Mayor Will Form New National Government. (Bloomberg)

Heavy Snow Hits Great Lakes, Storm Weary Northeast Gets Flooding. (NWS)

Woman Charged In 1 Murder Claims She's Killed 22 Others. (AP)

Draft Afghan Law To Change To Protect Women's Rights. (Guardian)

Workers Complete Biggest Ever Concrete Pour On L.A. Building. (Reuters)

Record Setting Score In NBA's All-Star Game. (Bleacher Report)

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