Morning roundup

Top Stories: Day 2 Of Government Shutdown; Jobs Report

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— Shutdown Solution? There's None To Be Seen Just Yet.

— 166,000 Jobs Added In September, Survey Says.

And here are more early headlines:

Health Care Exchange Enrollments Slowed By Heavy Traffic. (Chicago Tribune)

Jacksonville Airport Reopens After Suspicious Packages Located. (WJXT-TV)

Report: Russia Charges Greenpeace Activists With Piracy. (Greenpeace)

U.S. Expels 3 Venezuelans In Diplomatic Retaliation. (Al-Jazeera America)

Far Right Activists Face Trial In Greece For Slaying. (The Associated Press)

Senate Panel Approves Caroline Kennedy As Ambassador To Japan. (Bloomberg)

Minnesota Orchestra Conductor Quits; Wider Musician Dispute Unresolved. (Minneapolis Star-Tribune)

Shutdown Could Cancel Navy-Air Force College Football Game. (Baltimore Sun)



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