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Top Stories: Tulsa Shooting Suspects Face Charges; Syria Cease-Fire

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

Tulsa Shooting Suspects Set For Arraignment

Syria Cease-Fire Appears On Brink Of Collapse

Some of the other stories in the news today:

— Reports: North Korea Planning A New Nuclear Test." (The Christian Science Monitor)

"Study Warns Of Autism Risk For Children Of Obese Mothers." (NPR)

"200,000 Titanic-Related Records Are Published Online." (BBC News)

"Exposing Indonesia's Cold War Communist Purge." (NPR)

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