Apparently The Mayans Were Wrong; A Moment For Sandy Hook Victims : The Two-Way Also: a winter storm plows into the Northeast; the NRA will hold a news conference and officials are expected to discuss the Sandy Hook massacre; North Korea detains an American; and the brother of disgraced financier Bernard Madoff is sentenced to prison for his ponzi scheme role.
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Apparently The Mayans Were Wrong; A Moment For Sandy Hook Victims

Good morning, here are our early stories:

Apocalypse Not? Seems Like It.

#MomentForSandyHook Today In Memory Of NewTown Victims.

And here are some early headlines:

Winter Storm Exits Plains, Heads For Northeast, Snarling Pre-Holiday Travel. (NBC)

NRA To Hold News Conference; Officials Expected To Discuss Sandy Hook. (CNN)

North Korea Says It Has Detained An American For Unspecified Crimes. (Reuters)

Large Rallies Staged In Egypt Ahead Of Tomorrow's Constitutional Referendum. (VOA)

Russia's Lower House Of Parliament Passes Bill Banning American Adoption Of Russian Children. (Reuters)

Ex-Financier Madoff's Brother Sentenced To 10 Years For Massive Ponzi Scheme. (Bloomberg)

1 Of 2 Chicago Bank Robbers Captured After Dramatic Escape From High-Rise Prison. (Chicago Tribune)

NHL Cancels All Hockey Through Jan. 14, Jeopardizing Remainder Of Season. (Yahoo! Sports)