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Top Stories: Tillerson In Moscow; GOP Holds Kansas Congressional Seat

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- Tillerson Seeks 'Open, Candid, Frank Exchange' With Lavrov.

-- 'Rolling Stone' Settles Defamation Case With Former U.Va. Associate Dean.

-- GOP Holds Kansas House Seat As Democrat's Surprise Upset Bid Falls Short.

-- Trump Lifting Federal Hiring Freeze.

And here are more early headlines:

REPORT: FBI Had Warrant To Monitor Trump Adviser. ( Washington Post)

Ex-Iranian President Ahmadinejad To Run Again For Office. ( AP)

Venezuelan Leader's Motorcade Attacked Following Speech. ( Reuters)

Chinese Leader Talks To Trump As U.S. Ships Sail To Koreas. ( CNN)

Germany Investigates Militant Link To Blasts Near Soccer Team Bus. ( BBC)

Mattis Says U.S. Goal Is Defeating ISIS, Despite Syria Strike. ( Politico)

Sessions Warns Against Drugs, Illegal Immigration In Ariz. Trip. ( AZ Central)

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