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Top Stories: Company Won't Take Americans To North Korea; Senate On Health Care

Good morning, here are our early headlines:

-- Tour Company Used By Otto Warmbier Will Stop Taking Americans To North Korea.

-- Sen. Bernie Sanders On GOP Efforts To Replace Obamacare.

-- Attention Holiday Shoppers: UPS To Add Delivery Surcharges.

And here are more early headlines:

Georgia Special Election Opens For House Seat. (USA Today)

Ukrainian Leader To "Drop In" On Trump. (Guardian)

Philippines Renews Attack Against Militants In Southern City. (Reuters)

Air Bag Maker Reportedly Seeking Bankruptcy. (Bloomberg)

Tropical Storm Warnings Issued For Louisiana Coast. ()

Death Toll In Portugal Forest Fires Is Now 64. (BBC)

Some Armed Groups In Central African Republic Sign Agreement. (AP)

Collection Of Nazi Artifacts Discovered In Argentina. (Deutsche Welle)

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