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Top Stories: Nunes Steps Down As House Intel Chair; U.S. Women's Soccer Deal

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes To Step Aside From Russia Probe.

-- In 'Important Step', U.S. Women's Soccer Team Reaches New Labor Deal.

-- Ethics Panel Sends Case Against Alabama Governor To Prosecutors.

And here are more early headlines:

Baltimore Police Consent Decree Hearing Will Proceed. ( Baltimore Sun)

Study Says 1 In 10 Deaths Globally Due To Smoking. ( Guardian)

Colombia To Investigate Deadly Mudslide. ( BBC)

Myanmar Leader Suu Kyi Denies Ethnic Cleaning Charges. ( Sydney Morning Herald)

Hundreds Of Migrants Rescued Wednesday In Mediterranean. ( VOA)

Gambia Holds First Parliamentary Election Under New President. ( Al Jazeera)

Vegas Man Charged With Possessing Weapons Of Mass Destruction. ( Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Former Astronaut, Senator John Glenn To Be Buried In Arlington Cemetery. ( VOA)

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Korva Coleman is a newscaster for NPR.