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Top Stories: Tulsa Police Shooting; Wells Fargo CEO To Speak

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- After Police Killing Of Unarmed Man, Tulsa Chief Promises To 'Achieve Justice'.

-- Wells Fargo CEO To Address Accounts Scandal Before Senate Panel.

-- Administration Aims To Fight Crime With Job Training.

--Kirkus Prize Finalists Include Annie Proulx, Sherman Alexie, Jason Reynolds.

And here are more early headlines:

Investigators Search Bombing Suspect's Background. (USA Today)

Obama Visits The U.N., Prepares For Today's Address. (New York Times)

All Relief Convoys Halted In Syria Following Deadly Attack. (Sky News)

FBI Investigating Minnesota Mall Stabbings As Potential Terror Attack. (MPR)

North Korea Claims Successful Rocket Engine Test. (Wall Street Journal)

Federal Reserve Starts 2 Day Meeting, Will Review Rates. (Washington Post)

AAA Says Don't Buy Premium Gas If You Don't Need It. (MarketWatch)

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