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Top Stories: Kenya Holds Vote; Australia On Same-Sex Marriage

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- After Campaign Full Of Drama, Kenyans Head To Polls.

-- Australia Plans A Postal Vote On Same-Sex Marriage, If Plebiscite Fails.

-- Go See It, Eclipse Chasers Urge. 'Your First Time Is Always Special.'

And here are more early headlines:

After Chicago Sues Justice Dept., Sessions Fires Back. ( Chicago Sun-Times)

South African President Facing No Confidence Vote. ( Telegraph)

Arkansas Officials Take Control Of Maximum Security Prison Unit. ( Arkansas Online)

Lawsuit Over Harsh CIA Interrogations Will Proceed. ( Los Angeles Times)

Government Yanks Sleep Apnea Testing For Truckers, Engineers. ( USA Today)

Officials Say Tulsa Area Was Hit By 4 Tornadoes. ( Tulsa World)

Accident Leaves Congealing Palm Oil On Hong Kong Beaches. ( Phys.Org)

Actor Haruo Nakajma Dies, Played Godzilla. ( Variety)

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