Top Stories: The Latest On The Dallas Shooting; June Unemployment

July 8, 2016

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— Dallas Police Officers Killed By Snipers: What We Know Friday.

— U.S. Economy Adds 287,000 Jobs In June, Exceeding Expectations.

— ‘We’re Hurting’, Dallas Police Chief David Brown Says.

And here are more early headlines:

Despite Brexit, Obama Expects UK To Partner Closely In NATO Matters. (BBC)

Kansas Tornado Damages Nursing Home; No Injuries Reported. (KWCH)

South Korea To Deploy Anti-Missile Shields. (Yonhap)

Suicide Attack At Iraqi Shrine Kills At Least 30. (Al Jazeera)

Super Typhoon Crashes Into Taiwan. (Time)

Several People Gored At Pamplona Bull-Running Festival. (Guardian)

Mega Millions Lotto Drawing Tonight; Jackpot Is $540 Million. (Mega Millions)

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