Top Stories: New York’s Primary Election Results; Kabul Toll Climbs

April 20, 2016

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— 5 Headlines That Explain The New York Primaries.

— World’s Steel Makers To China: Time To Cut The Glut.

— Death Toll In Tuesday’s Attack On Kabul Rises To 64.

— Criminal Charges To Be Filed In Flint Water Crisis, Reports Say.

And here are more early headlines:

Ecuador Earthquake Death Toll Soars Past 500. (New York Times)

At Least 47 Dead In Japan Quake; Aftershocks Continue. (Reuters)

Obama In Saudi Arabia, May Face Questions About Iran. (Guardian)

Hundreds Rescued In Houston Flooding; 8 Are Killed. (Houston Chronicle)

Ferguson Settles Civil Rights Suit With Justice Department. (St. Louis Public Radio)

Iraqi Police Find 2 Mass Graves In City Cleared Of ISIS. (AP)

French Officials Seek To Extend Nation’s State Of Emergency. (France24)

Chip Maker Intel To Cut 12,000 Jobs Or 11% Of Workforce. (Wall Street Journal)

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