Top Stories: Winter Storm Slams Northeast; Abusive Judge Back On Bench : The Two-Way Also: despite yesterday's fall, stock prices are up for the year; there's a possible plea in the Wikileaks case; and the British royal family could be linked to Vlad the Impaler, of Transylvania's Count Dracula fame.
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Top Stories: Winter Storm Slams Northeast; Abusive Judge Back On Bench

Good morning, here are our top stories:

Nor'Easter Adds Fear To Misery In N.Y. And N.J.

Texas Judge Who Beat His Daughter Is Reinstated To Bench.

And here are more early headlines:

Despite Yesterday's Big Declines, Stocks Are Up For The Year. (Reuters)

Pfc. Bradley Manning May Admit Responsibility, Not Guilt, For Some Wikileaks Offenses. (AP)

Greek Lawmakers Vote For More Cuts Despite Violent Protests Against Austerity. (BBC)

Some European Union Staffers On One Day Strike Over Possible Budget Cuts. (AP)

Report: Gabrielle Giffords To Appear At Attacker's Sentencing Today. (ABC)

'East Coast Rapist' Scheduled To Enter First Of Several Pleas. (Washington Post)

President Assad Vows To 'Live And Die' In Syria. (CNN)

Transylvania Highlights Links Between British Royals And Count Dracula. (Telegraph)