Morning roundup

Top Stories: Monster Winter Storm; Comcast Will Buy Time Warner

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— Northeast, New England Brace As Ice And Snow Move Up Coast.

— Afghans Release 65 Prisoners The U.S. Deems Dangerous.

— Comcast Confirms Deal To Buy Time Warner For $45 Billion.

And here are more early headlines:

Kerry In Seoul As Koreas Continue Talks. (Reuters)

Report: New Dangers To Journalists Worldwide. (Reporters Without Borders)

Report: Russia Has Offered New Syria Plan At U.N. (Reuters)

Lenders Repossessed Fewer Homes In January. (AP)

China's Lunar Rover Comes Back To Life. (South China Morning Post)



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