Top Stories: Assange Appeals Extradition; A&M Suspends Band Camp

Feb 1, 2012
Originally published on February 1, 2012 9:47 am

Good morning!

Our early headlines:

-- Russia Says U.N. Draft Resolution On Syria Has 'No Chance' Of Adoption

-- Pakistan Denies NATO Report Connecting It To Afghan Taliban

-- Tech World Buzzes With Word That Facebook's IPO Filing Is Imminent

-- After Mitt Romney's Decisive Victory, What Will Newt Gingrich Do?

Other stories making headlines today:

-- "'Soul Train' creator Don Cornelius dead in apparent suicide" (The Los Angeles Times)

-- "Florida A&M band suspends band camp, other clubs" (CNN)

-- "Scientists close to entering Vostok, Antarctica's biggest subglacial lake" (The Washington Post)

-- "Mitt Romney heads to Minnesota amid talk of Michele Bachmann endorsement" (The Boston Globe)

-- "WikiLeaks Founder Appeals Extradition at Britain's Supreme Court (The New York Times)

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