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Top Stories: Trump's Business Plans; Science Under A Trump Presidency

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- Trump Tweets About Plans To Leave 2 Children Running Businesses.

-- Trump's Election Leaves Scientists In a Climate Of Uncertainty.

And here are more early headlines:

Reports From Aleppo That Civilians Are Executed And Bombed. ( USA Today)

Dangerously Frigid Air Blasting Across Northern Plains. ()

Accused S.C. Church Shooter Had List Of Churches, Mostly Black. ( The State)

Quest Says 34,000 Lab Customers' Information Exposed In Hack. ( CNBC)

Relief Official Says North Korean Flood Victims Still Need Aid. ( Reuters)

British Train Drivers Start 2 Day Strike; Travel Snarled. ( BBC)

A New King Is Crowned In Malaysia. ( AP)

Calif. Police Fatally Shoot Unarmed Man With Dementia. ( Los Angeles Times)

Scientists Say Sea Ice Melt Could Cut Polar Bear Population. ( PhysOrg)

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