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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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