Top Stories: N.Y. Attorney General Accused Of Abuse; Farm Bill May Affect ACA

May 8, 2018

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— N.Y. Attorney General Resigns After 4 Women Allege Physical Attacks.

— In Japan, Remarks By Finance Minister Spark #Metoo Outrage.

— Coalition Talks Collapse In Italy As Country Heads Toward A New Vote.

— Farm Bill Could Undo Part Of The Affordable Care Act.

— Sun Zhengcai, Once A Rising Star In China, Gets Life Sentence On Bribery Charges.

And here are more early headlines:

More Volcanic Fissures Open On Hawaii. (Hawaii News Now)

4 States Holding Primary Elections Today. (Vox)

Nigeria Says It Rescues 1,000 Hostages From Boko Haram. (CNN)

Armenian Opposition Leader Elected Prime Minister. (BBC)

Interim Memorial Opens Today For Pulse Victims. (Orlando Sentinel)

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