Top Stories: No Tobacco At CVS; UN Report On Vatican Sex Abuse : The Two-Way Also: A major winter storm causes problems from the Plains to the Northeast; the White House will create "climate hubs" to help communities deal with climate change; Texas is scheduled to execute a woman; and a Tennessee judge who forced parents to change their child's name is fired.
NPR logo Top Stories: No Tobacco At CVS; UN Report On Vatican Sex Abuse

Top Stories: No Tobacco At CVS; UN Report On Vatican Sex Abuse

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— CVS To Stop Selling Tobacco Products.

— Vatican Let Abuse Of Kids Go On For Decades, U.N. Panel Says.

And here are more early headlines:

"Major Winter Storm" Stretches From The Midwest Up To The Northeast. (NWS)

White House "Climate Hubs" To Distribute Information. (Washington Post)

Report: U.S. Spied On German Leader Schroeder In 2002. (Reuters)

Huge Storm Pounds Britain, Triggering Flooding. (Guardian)

New Bombs Kill Several In Iraqi Capital. (VOA)

Koreas To Hold Family Reunions This Month. (BBC)

Rare Execution Of Woman Set For Texas Today. (AP)

Utah School Board Investigates Why Some Kids' Lunches Trashed. (Deseret News)

Tenn. Judge Who Ordered Baby's Name Changed From "Messiah" Is Fired. (AP)