Top Stories: October Unemployment Falls; Deadly Turkish Bombing

November 4, 2016

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— U.S. Added 161,000 New Jobs In October; Wages Rise By 10 Cents.

— Car Bomb Kills 8 In Turkey After Pro-Kurdish Legislators Detained For Questioning.

And here are more early headlines:

World Climate Change Accord Takes Effect Today. (Guardian)

Russia Says It Briefly Pauses Bombing In Aleppo. (BBC)

Paris Authorities Remove Migrants From New Camps. (AP)

Political Scandal Engulfing South Korean President. (New York Times)

Thousands Of Protesters March Against Jakarta Gov.’s Alleged Blasphemy. (CNN)

N.M. Nuclear Waste Dump Evacuated After Rock Fall; No Damage. (Los Alamos Daily Post)

Driver In Fatal Baltimore Bus Crash Didn’t Have Proper License. (Baltimore Sun)

Harvard Cancels Men’ Soccer Season After Offensive Sexually Explicit Reports Continue. (Harvard Crimson)

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