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Top Stories: Wall Street Poised For Volatility; Russian Athletes Appeal Bans

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- Asian Markets Follow Wall Street, With Stocks Suffering Sharp Losses.

-- 32 Russian Athletes Appeal Doping Bans In Hopes Of Competing In Pyongcheong.

-- Zimbabwe's Opposition Leader Morgan Tsvangirai "Critically Ill".

And here are more early headlines:

Pence Appears Open To Meeting North Korean Officials. ( Washington Post)

Report: Bannon Meeting With House Panel Is Delayed. ( AP)

Trump To Create "National Vetting Center" To Screen Visitors. ( CNN)

Colorado Deputy Killed; 3rd To Die Since Dec. 31st. ( Denver Post)

Polish President To Sign Controversial Holocaust Bill. ( Washington Post)

South African President Pressured To Quit, Calls Cabinet Meeting. ( Reuters)

China Says Its Anti-Ballistic Missile Test Successful. ( South China Morning Post)

Hundreds Of Snowy Car Crashes Leave 11 Dead In Iowa, Missouri. ( AP)

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Korva Coleman is a newscaster for NPR.