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Top Stories: Police Body Cam Study Shows No Effects; Senate Budget Plan

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- Body Cam Study Shows No Effect On Police Use Of Force Or Citizen Complaints.

-- Senate Passes Budget Resolution Seen As Key To Trump's Tax Overhaul.

-- CIA Backs Off Director's Claim That Russian Meddling Didn't Swing Election.

And here are more early headlines:

Rep. Wilson (D-Fl.) Fires Back At Kelly Criticism. (CNN)

Losses From California Fires Estimated At $1 Billion. (Fortune)

2 Afghan Mosques Attacked, Many Killed. (Al-Jazeera)

Spain Set To Take Back Catalonia's Regional Powers. (AP)

Japan Checks Kobe Steel's Copper Plant For Problems. (Reuters)

Supporters Clap Electronically For China's President. (CNBC)

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