Top Stories: House Panel May Say More On Russia; France’s Sarkozy Investigated

March 22, 2018

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— On Defense Over Russia, Trump Could Get Another Boost From House Intel Panel.

— China Acknowledges Sale Of Advanced Missile Technology To Pakistan.

— France’s Former President Sarkozy Under ‘Formal Investigation’ In Libya Probe.

— New Zealand Eradicates Invasive Mice From Antipodes Islands.

— Palestinian Teen Agrees To 8 Months In Prison After Slapping Israeli Soldier.

And here are more early headlines:

4th Winter Storm This Month Exits The Northeast. (AccuWeather)

Powerful Storm Drenches Southern Calif; Evacuations Called. (AP)

Syrian Rebels Say They’ll Leave Besieged Ghouta Enclave. (AFP)

Report: Turkey Alleged To Deport Thousands Of Syrian Refugees. (Human Rights Watch)

Republican Saccone Concedes Pa. Congressional Election To Democrat Lamb. (Post-Gazette)

Human Remains Found After Blast At Texas Chemical Plant. (Reuters)

Canadian Accused Of Stabbing Flint Airport Officer Faces Terror Charge. (

Boston TV Personality Known For “Bozo The Clown” Dies. (WCVB)

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