Top Stories: Louisiana Flood Recovery; Zika Cases In Florida

August 23, 2016

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— Louisiana Flooding Puts A Lot Of Rep. Grave’s District Under Water.

— Florida’s Zika Cases Weigh On Businesses, State And Local Officials.

And here are more early headlines:

Obama Heads For Baton Rouge To View Flood Damage, Recovery. (CNN)

Trump Drops Planned Immigration Speech This Week. (Denver Post)

Turkey Strikes ISIS Positions In Syria. (BBC)

U.N. Still Demanding 2 Day Truce For Aleppo, Syria For Aid. (Deutsche Welle)

Kerry, In Kenya, Calls For Protection Force In South Sudan. (New York Times)

Wildfires Continue To Grow In The West. (AP)

Chemical Leak In Bangladesh Sickens At Least 200. (AFP)

Thai Police Say At Least 20 People Aided Recent Bombings. (VOA)

Tropical Storm Gaston Forms Far Out In Atlantic Ocean. (NHC)

Ohio Killer Who Survived Execution Seeks To Avoid 2nd Execution Attempt. (AP)

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