Morning roundup

Top Stories: Ford Posts Biggest Profit Since '98; Djokovic Will Face Nadal

Good morning!

Our early headlines:

Twitter Announces It Can Now Block Content By Country

Signaling Modest Growth, U.S. GDP Grew At 2.8 Percent In Fourth Quarter

Costa Offers Italian Cruise Passengers $14K In Compensation

Suicide Blast Kills 32 In Baghdad

Other stories that are making headlines:

Obama Plan Links College Aid With Affordability (The New York Times)

Romney smacks down Gingrich at debate (The Los Angeles Times)

Novak Djokovic outlasts Andy Murray (ESPN)

Ford: Biggest profit since '98 (CNN)

Cocaine Is Delivered to U.N. (The Wall Street Journal)

Obama Says Encounter With Arizona Gov. 'Blown Out of Proportion' (ABC News)



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