Morning roundup

Top Stories: AIG Mulls Bailout Lawsuit; Could Senate Delay Brennan Nomination?

Good morning, here are our early stories:

AIG Would Be 'Hard Pressed' To Join Lawsuit Over Its Federal Bailout.

Talk Of Delaying Brennan Nomination 'Unfortunate,' White House Says.

And here are more early headlines:

Biden To Meet Gun Safety And Victims Groups At White House Today. (AP)

N.Y. Gov. Cuomo May Propose Strict New Gun Regulations In Annual Speech Today. (Wall Street Journal)

Report: Iran Behind Hacking Attacks On U.S. Banks. (New York Times)

Cooler Weather Doesn't Ease Catastrophic Fire Danger In Australia. (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

New Members Of Baseball Hall Of Fame To Be Announced; Could Include Suspect Steroid Users. (AP)

Episcopal Washington National Cathedral To Perform Same Sex Weddings. (Washington Post)

Beyonce', Kelly Clarkson To Sing At Obama Presidential Inauguration. (People Magazine)

'Razzies' Nominations Honor Worst Hollywood Films: 'Twilight' Film Leads With 11 (USA Today)



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