Top Stories: Government Shutdown Looms; Ex-CIA Officer Arrested : The Two-Way Also: Most of the National Park Service Board quits, angry over government indifference; wintry weather crashes into the East; and a suspected meteor causes quite the sonic boom in Eastern Michigan.
NPR logo Top Stories: Government Shutdown Looms; Ex-CIA Officer Arrested

Top Stories: Government Shutdown Looms; Ex-CIA Officer Arrested

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- No Closer To DACA Deal, Republicans Push Plan B To Keep Government Open.

-- Ex-CIA Officer Arrested On Suspicion Of Exposing U.S. Spy Network In China.

-- Majority Of National Park Service Board Resigns Citing Administration Indifference.

-- Opioid Crisis Blamed For Sharp Increase In Accidental Deaths In U.S.

-- Bright Light, Sonic Boom As Likely Meteor Streaks Across Southern Michigan.

And here are more early headlines:

Winter Storm Warnings, Advisories Across U.S. East. (NWS)

Stop-Gap Spending Bill Imperiled By Conservative GOP, Democrats. (AP)

In Vancouver Meeting, Korean War Allies Discuss North Korea. (Los Angeles Times)

Bob Dole To Be Awarded Congressional Gold Medal. (Politico)

Waiting For "The Fakeys": Will Trump's Fake News Awards Event Happen? (Reuters)

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