Top Stories: Primary Election Results; DOJ Official To Be Subpoenaed

May 9, 2018

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— Election Results: Don Blankenship Falls Short In West Virginia Senate Primary.

— Lawmakers To Subpoena DOJ Official Over Census Citizenship Question.

— Former CIA Officer Charged With Spying For China.

— Congo Declares New Ebola Outbreak After 2 Confirmed Cases.

— Suicide Bombers In Kabul Attack Multiple Police Stations.

And here are more early headlines:

Boeing, Airbus To Lose $39 Billion As Iran Sanctions Reimposed. (Washington Post)

China, Japan, South Korea Agree On Denuclearizing Korean Peninsula. (Kyodo)

Former Calif. Gov. George Deukmejian Dies At 89. (Los Angeles Times)

2 New Vents Open Near Hawaii’s Volcano, Release Toxic Gas. (Hawaii County)

China Canceling U.S. Soybean Orders, U.S. Farmers Face Risk. (AP)

Seattle Mariners’ James Paxton Throws MLB Season’s 3rd No-Hitter. (USA Today)

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