Morning Roundup: Thursday, Feb. 14

Happy Valentine's Day!

Newsroom America/West Wing Reports

It's Thursday, February 14, 2013...happy Valentine's's a heartfelt look at some of the stories that happened while you were sleeping...from USA Today...

SELLING THE STATE OF THE UNION...President Obama visits a Georgia school today to tout his education proposals - this after yesterday's North Carolina trip to a factory, where he focused on manufacturing. IMMIGRATION REFORM...The New York Times says Senators who met for the first hearing on proposed - and sweeping - changes in immigration law said President Obama has given members of both parties room to maneuver on the delicate politics involved...


LONG VOTING LINES...Those election day reports of long voting lines? Fox News is quesrtioning just how long they really were - this after President Obama used the State of the Union to urge changes to make voting easier.

IRANIAN NUKES...Iran recently sought to acquire tens of thousands of highly specialized magnets used in centrifuge machines, according to experts and diplomats, a sign that the country may be planning a major expansion of its nuclear program that could shorten the path to an atomic weapons capability. More from the Washington Post...

KOREAN MISSILES...South Korea has unveiled a cruise missile it says can hit North Korean leaders. Reuters says the South is trying to address concerns that it is technologically behind its unpredictable North Korean rival - which just conducted its third nuclear test.

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