Top Stories: Pfizer Calls Off Allergan Merger; New Financial Adviser Rules

April 6, 2016

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— Pfizer, Allergan Call Off Their $150 Billion Merger.

— White House To Financial Advisers: Put Savers’ Interests First.

— Pope Francis, Patriarch Bartholomew May Visit Greece This Month.

And here are more early headlines:

Winds Fan Powerful Wildfires In Kansas, Oklahoma. (AP)

Former Coal Mine CEO Faces Sentencing Today In Mine Accident Case. (West Virginia Public Broadcasting)

Fiji Facing 2nd Powerful Cyclone This Year. (TVNZ)

Shaky Ceasefire Reported In Nagorno-Karabakh. (VOA)

Ferguson Accepts 1 Tax, Rebuffs 2nd To Pay For Police Overhaul. (New York Times)

Mexico City To Keep 40% Of Cars Off Road Today, Stemming Smog. (PhysOrg)

Congo-Brazzaville Says 17 Killed In Political Violence. (France24)

Antonin Scalia Law School Rebranded After Acronym Error. (The Hill)

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