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Top Stories: Government Shutdown, Day 3; Patriots And Eagles To Super Bowl

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- Shutdown Day 3: Senate Plans Midday Vote Amid Active Negotiations.

'Criminal Cabal'? FBI Fears Political Attacks May Imperil Work Of Field Agents.

-- Amid Jitters Over North Korea, Tokyo Conducts Public Missile Drill.

-- New England Patriots To Face Philadelphia Eagles At Super Bowl.

And here are more early headlines:

Pence Reaffirms Trump Position That Jerusalem Israel's Capital. ( AP)

Gunmen Target Kabul Hotel For Hours, Several Killed. ( New York Times)

Soccer Star George Weah To Be Inaugurated As Liberia's President. ( BBC)

Nassar Sexual Abuse Sentencing Extended, As Victims Speak. ( Detroit News)

2 Small Bombs Explode In Central Florida Mall; No Injuries. ( AP)

California Highway Reopens After Mudslides 2 Weeks Ago. ( Los Angeles Times)

Threat Increased At Philippine Volcano. ( VOA)

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