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Top Stories: U.S., China To Lower Tariffs; Ferry Captain Sentenced

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- South Korean Ferry Captain Sentenced To 36 Years.

-- U.S. And China Move Toward Ending Tariffs On High-Tech Gear.

-- Researchers To Attempt Robotic Landing On Comet's Surface.

And here are more early headlines:

Negotiators End 2 Days Of Talks On Iran Nuclear Program Without Deal. (Reuters)

Hong Kong Warns Protesters They're Risking Arrest. (VOA)

West Coast Ports Dispute Could Affect Holiday Shopping. (MarketWatch)

E-Retailer Alibaba Sets Sales Record For "Singles Day". (Bloomberg)

Hawaiian Lava Flow Burns First House. (Honolulu Star-Advertiser)

Deliberate Flooding In Grand Canyon Is Flushing Sediment. (KJZZ)

Putin's Gallantry To Chinese First Lady Erased From Chinese Media. (Foreign Policy)

Obama To Award 19 Medals Of Freedom. (The White House)

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