Top Stories: Slower U.S. Growth In 4th Quarter; South Korean Hospital Fire

January 26, 2018

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— U.S. Growth Slows To 2.6 Percent Pace In The Fourth Quarter.

— Fire Rips Through South Korean Hospital, Killing Dozens Of Patients.

— Trump Offers Apology For Retweeting Anti-Muslim Videos From British Far-Right Party.

— Some Missing FBI Texts Are Recovered, DOJ Inspector Says.

— After Revelations Of Gender Pay Gap At BBC, 4 Male Hosts Agree To Salary Cut.

— Walmart To Launch Online Grocery Delivery In Japan.

And here are more early headlines:

FBI Agent Shoots Kidnapping Victim To Death In Houston. (Houston Chronicle)

8 Climbers Trapped For Days In Swiss Cave Now Free. (Swiss Info)

Everest Climbing Chronicler Elizabeth Hawley Dies At 94. (Reuters)

French Shoppers Fight Over Nutella Jars On Sale. (Guardian)

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