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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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