Morning roundup

Top Stories: Clinton To Testify On Benghazi; Deep Freeze Covers East

Good morning, here are our early stories:

Secretary Clinton Set To Testify On Benghazi Attacks.

How Cold Is It? It's So Cold ...

And here are more early headlines:

House To Vote Today On Debt Ceiling Extension. (Washington Post)

British Prime Minister Plans National Vote On Retaining E.U. Membership. (Wall Street Journal)

U.S. Flies French Troops, Equipment Into Mali. (AP)

Trade Rep. Ron Kirk To Step Down Next Month. (USA Today)

L.A. Prosecutors To Review New Files On Catholic Church Abuse For Crimes. (Los Angeles Times)

Serena Williams Upset At Australian Open Tennis Championship, Wrecks Racket. (Yahoo! Sports)

Norwegian Cheese Fire Closes Road Tunnel. Seriously. (Guardian)

Gary, The Flower-Eating Goat, Cleared of Inappropriate Munching Charges (ABC News)



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