Top Stories: New Storm Heads South; College Player Says He's Gay : The Two-Way Also: Syrian peace talks resume but in separate rooms; Britain suffers flooding after the wettest January ever; North Korea rescinds its invitation to a U.S. diplomat to visit and discuss imprisoned American Kenneth Bae; and a game developer withdraws "Flappy Bird" app, claiming it ruined his life.
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Top Stories: New Storm Heads South; College Player Says He's Gay

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— Avoid Atlanta Until Storm Passes, Governor Tells Truckers.

— Coming Out Has Complicated Player's Prospects, NFL Execs Say.

And here are more early headlines:

British Flooding Worsens; Thames River Reaches Highest Ever Stage. (Financial Times)

Syrian Peace Talks Resume In Separate Rooms In Geneva. (VOA)

North Korea Rescinds Invitation To U.S. Over Imprisoned American. (Reuters)

White House Protocol Adjusted For Newly Single French President's Visit. (CNN)

Pakistani Separatists Blow Up 3 Pipelines, Cutting Gas To Millions. (BBC)

New Zealand Protests Japanese Whaling Ship's Maritime Violation. (New Zealand Herald)

Survey Finds Gasoline Price Drop In Past Two Weeks. (Reuters)

Popular "Flappy Bird" App Is Removed; Developer Cites Ruined Life. (Los Angeles Times)