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Top Stories: North Korea; Obama's Budget; Gun Legislation

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

-- 'Very High' Chance North Korea Will Soon Test Fire Missile

-- Students Stopped The Stabbing Suspect At Texas College

-- 8 For 8: Connecticut Wins Another Women's Hoops Title

-- New Editor Named At 'New York Times Book Review'

Other stories making headlines:

-- "Obama's Budget: What To Expect." (It's All Politics)

Related: "Obama Reaches For Middle Ground With New Budget Plan." (The Wall Street Journal)

-- "Immigration Overhaul 'Feels Unstoppable Now,' Backers Say." (It's All Politics)

-- Senators Manchin And Toomey "Prepare To Unveil Gun Deal." (Roll Call)

-- "Cuba Returns Two U.S. Children Who Were Abducted In Tampa ... Parents Face Charges." (Miami Herald)

-- Former Rep. Anthony Weiner's "Post-Scandal Playbook" Has The Democrat Eyeing Run For Mayor Of New York City. (The New York Times Magazine)

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