Morning roundup

Top Stories: Iowa Recount; Kodak's Bankruptcy; Gingrich's Rising Numbers

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

Report: Iowa Recount Puts Santorum Ahead By 34 Votes, Result 'Unresolved'.

Kodak Calls Bankruptcy Filing 'Necessary Step'.

Search Resumes At Stricken Italian Cruise Ship.

Other stories in the news:

— Rejected Keystone Pipeline "Becomes Hot-Button Election Issue." (Morning Edition)

— Politico Poll Shows Gingrich "In Striking Distance" In South Carolina. (Politico)

— Gingrich Campaign Criticizes ABC News For Reportedly Planning To Air Interview With His Ex-Wife Tonight. (The Caucus)

— "Phone Hacking: Jude Law, Lord Prescott And Ashley Cole Get Payouts" From News International. (BBC News)

— "Insurgents Kill Dozens In Southern Afghanistan." (The New York Times)

— "Storm's Messy Exit: Ice, Slush, Flooding." (The Seattle Times)



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