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Top Stories: Snow And Ice Spread; Senate Tweaks Filibuster Rules

There was plenty to shovel early Friday in Durham, Pa. More winter weather is on the way for much of the nation. Owen Humphreys /PA Photos /Landov hide caption

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There was plenty to shovel early Friday in Durham, Pa. More winter weather is on the way for much of the nation.

Owen Humphreys /PA Photos /Landov

Good morning.

The stories making headlines today include:

— " 'March For Life' Rally Expected To Draw Huge Crowd In Washington." (Our first post of the day.)

— "Snow, Ice Target Midwest, East." (The Weather Channel)

— Senate OKs Modest Tweaks To Filibuster Rules. (It's All Politics)

— "Republicans In Virginia, Other States Seeking Electoral College Changes." (The Washington Post)

— "Boeing's 787 Problems Remain A Mystery." (Morning Edition)

— "Clashes In Cairo As Egypt Marks Revolution Anniversary." (The Guardian)

— "North Korea Warns South Over U.N. Sanctions." (BBC News)

— "The Fight To Unseat Apple's iPhone Intensifies." (The Wall Street Journal)