Morning roundup

Top Stories: Judge Ruling On Pistorius Bail; Winter Storm Affects Millions

Good Friday morning, here's our early story:

Will Pistorius Get Bail?

And here are more early headlines:

Winter Storm Pounding Many States, Threatening 20 Million People. (USA Today)

Hardliner Nominated As Tunisia's Next Prime Minister. (Al Jazeera)

Egyptian President Calls For Phased Parliamentary Elections, Starting In April. (BBC)

Indian Police Initially Failed To Look For Three Young Sisters, Raped And Murdered. (NDTV)

Spanish Princess May Be Named As Suspect In Corruption Probe. (Guardian)

Obama Welcomes Japanese Prime Minister, Urges Open Markets For U.S. Automakers. (Businessweek)

Multi-State Manhunt For Suspects In Las Vegas Shooting And Crash That Killed Three. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Attorney: Ex-Mayor Of Scandal-Ridden Calif. Town Is 'Illiterate', Didn't Know Huge Salary Was Illegal. (CBS)

Forbes' 2013 List Of Most Miserable U.S. Cities: Detroit Is #1. (Forbes)



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