Morning roundup

Top Stories: Obama Warns Iran; Red Cross Reaches Syrian City

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

On Iran, Obama Says 'I Don't Bluff' And 'All Options Are On The Table'.

Tornado Trauma: Five Died On One Short Street; More Storms Due Today.

Red Cross Aid Convoy Arrives In Devastated Syrian City.

Ohio School Reopens, Coach Who Chased Shooter Says 'I'm Not A Hero'.

Other stories making headines:

— "Ahmadinejad's Clout Faces Test As Iran Votes." (CBS News)

— "Suicide Bomber Attacks Militant Base In Pakistan." (The Associated Press)

— "AT&T Ends All-You-Can-Eat: Flooded With Web Data, No. 2 Wireless Carrier Puts Cap On Heaviest Users." (The Wall Street Journal)

— "Andrew Breitbart's Website Staff Shocked By His Sudden Death." (Los Angeles Times)



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