Morning roundup

Top Stories: Questions On Syria; Nobel Winning Poet Heaney Dies

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— Striking Syria Still Seems A Question Of When, Not Whether.

— Irish Poet Seamus Heaney Dies.

And here are more early headlines:

Evacuation Advisories Lifted In A Few Communities Near Yosemite Fire. (CNN)

U.S. Envoy Heads To North Korea To Ask For American's Freedom. (Seattle Times)

Administration To Issue Yearly Report On Surveillance Requests. (Politico)

Suicide Bomber Kills Afghan District Governor. (VOA)

San Diego Mayor Leaves Office As Campaign Starts To Replace Him. (KPBS)

New Tylenol Warning Will Stress Risk to Liver With Overdose. (Bloomberg)

Dogs Help Florida Tackle Giant Snail Invasion. (WTVJ)

Reminder: Book News is on vacation this week. But Annalisa Quinn is keeping an eye on her Twitter messages. She asks that "hot tips, scurrilous attacks and existential questions" be directed to @annalisa_quinn.

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