Top Stories: How The IRS Is Handling The Tax Bill; SUV Hits Australian Crowd

December 21, 2017

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— At Least 14 Injured After Vehicle Plows Into Pedestrians In Southern Australia.

— North Korean Soldier Crosses DMZ, Defects To South.

— English Car Park Where Remains Of Richard III Were Found Declared A Monument.

— 4 Dead After Philippine Ferry Sinks In Rough Seas.

— U.S. And World Governments Call For Release Of Detained Journalists In Myanmar.

— Now That The GOP Tax Bill Is Approved The IRS Gets Busy.

And here are more early headlines:

Relief Organization Says 1 Million Cases Of Cholera In Yemen. (ICRC)

Catalonia Regional Election Underway. (BBC)

Powerful Winds Could Fan Southern California Fires. (

Amtrak Derailment: Officials Pushed Quick Rail Construction. (Seattle Times)

Long-Lost Australian Naval Sub Discovered Off Papua New Guinea. (Reuters)

Man Sues Father-In-Law Over Scary “Devil” Toupee. (New York Post)

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