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Morning Express with Robin Meade

A fast, personal, and smart blend of all the news you want in the morning. We call it "News in the Fast Lane." So buckle up.

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Will homemade ostrich ad fly at the Super Bowl?

Go behind the scenes on the $800 commercial shoot that could win a Georgia filmmaker $1 million in prize money!

Eric Haviv of FUGO Studios is one of just 5 finalists hoping to see his commercial on TV during the Super Bowl!

Commuters sat in stand-still traffic for hours Tuesday into Wednesday after snow and ice covered the streets and highways in metro Atlanta beginning at noon January 28, 2014.

Paralyzed: Wintry blast puts South on ice

People are reporting epic traffic nightmares as the result of a snowy winter storm that covered much of the Southern U.S. in snow.

Here at HLN, one of the people who directs our newscasts says it took 8 hours to make it home Tuesday, and there are stories of people who spent as many as 12 hours trapped on frozen highways around Atlanta.

Commuters sat in stand-still traffic for hours Tuesday into Wednesday after snow and ice covered the streets and highways in metro Atlanta beginning at noon January 28, 2014.

Speed read: Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Check below for more about the must-see, must-share stories seen on Morning Express with Robin Meade:

Southern storm traps people in cars, schools, offices
- Some Atlanta commuters suck in 12 hour gridlock

Adam Whobrey abandoned his car in a Big Lots parking lot Tuesday night and walked 4 hours from Sandy Springs to Dunwoody. Snow and ice caused havoc in the metro Atlanta on Tuesday, January 28, 2014.

Atlanta snowstorm = Gridlock nightmare

Snow and ice have paralyzed the South, and virtually shut down the entire region.

From Alabama to the Carolinas, the weather has turned roads into sheets of ice.

Chef James Briscione overcame a lack of energy by focusing on food and portion size

Don't have any energy? Why the health not?

Watch Chef James Briscione put his food philosophy to the test on HLN's cooking competition "Cook Your Ass Off." It's hosted by celebrity chef and "Top Chef All Stars" winner Richard Blais. Sunday at 7 p.m. ET on HLN.

Morning Express with Robin Meade airs Monday through Friday at 6 a.m. ET on HLN. Like the show on Facebook, and follow on Twitter: @MorningExp.

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Is the NSA using 'Angry Birds' to spy on you?

According to a report in The Guardian, documents from former NSA worker Edward Snowden indicate popular apps like Angry birds might be feeding information about your location and other data to the government.

Morning Express with Robin Meade airs Monday through Friday at 6 a.m. ET on HLN. Like the show on Facebook, and follow on Twitter: @MorningExp.

Mark Moran started a facebook page to gather hardcore New York City based Broncos fans for Super Bowl Sunday

'Rabid' Denver fans plans Bronco bar takeover

HLN's Mike Galanos is braving the cold to bring the color and craziness of 'Super Bowl XLVIII' to you!

Check in at HLNtv.com/SuperBowl to catch exclusive interviews, team trivia, and key game events -- plus food and commercials!

HLN's Mike Galanos talks to Seattle Seahawks fan David Barrionuevo who went to every regular season and playoffs game his team played in this year

The world's biggest Seahawks fan?

HLN's Mike Galanos is braving the cold to bring the color and craziness of 'Super Bowl XLVIII' to you!

Check in at HLNtv.com/SuperBowl to catch exclusive interviews, team trivia, and key game events -- plus food and commercials!

File photo: Jodi Arias' legal fees top $2 million

$2,000,000 in legal fees & Arias hasn't paid a dime

Jodi Arias has racked up legal bills of more than $2 million, but she hasn't had to pay for any of it.

MORE: Jurors: It was murder

Folk singer Pete Seeger dead at 94

Folk legend Pete Seeger dead at 94

Fans are remembering folk music legend Pete Seeger this morning.

He died Monday of natural causes at the age of 94 in New York.

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