Morning roundup Top Stories: Wikipedia's 'Blackout,' Hopes Fading For Survivors In Italy Facebook Twitter Google+ Email January 17, 20129:55 AM ET Mark Memmott Twitter Good morning. Our early headlines: — Wednesday's Web 'Blackout' By Wikipedia, Others: Right Way To Protest? — Hopes Are Fading For Missing In Italian Cruise Ship Disaster. — Fuel Is Flowing To Nome Through Half-Mile Hose Laid Over Ice. — Egypt's Wael Ghonim: 'Revolutions Are Processes ... It Will Take Time.' Other stories in the news: — " 'Food Stamp President': Race Code, Or Just Politics?" (Morning Edition) — "Romney On Defense From GOP Rivals In S.C. Debate." (The Associated Press) — "S&P Extends Gains, Rises Above 1,300." (Reuters) Facebook Twitter Google+ Email Wednesday's Web 'Blackout' By Wikipedia, Others: Right Way To Protest?January 17, 2012 'Get On Board!' Coast Guard Officer Rages At Italian Cruise Ship CaptainJanuary 17, 2012 We no longer support commenting on NPR.org stories, but you can find us every day on Facebook, Twitter, email, and many other platforms. Learn more or contact us.