Top Stories: U.S. Capitol Shooting; Shutdown Latest : The Two-Way Also: Tropical Storm Karen is headed for the U.S. Gulf coast; tornadoes are predicted for the Midwest; more than 100 migrants died in the shipwreck near Sicily; Ireland is voting over whether to abolish its Senate; and Hungarian students protest a new dress code by stripping.
NPR logo Top Stories: U.S. Capitol Shooting; Shutdown Latest

Top Stories: U.S. Capitol Shooting; Shutdown Latest

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— Woman Killed After D.C. Chase May Have Had Depression.

— 4 Things To Know On Day 4 Of The Shutdown.

And here are more early headlines:

Tropical Storm Karen Forecast To Strike U.S. Coast This Weekend. (NHC)

Powerful Storms, Tornadoes Threaten Midwest. (AccuWeather)

More Than 100 Migrants Die Off Italy In Shipwreck. (CNN)

Report: Russia Forcing Migrants Out Of Sochi Ahead Of Olympics. (Human Rights Watch)

Following Leak, Fukushima Owners Ordered To Improve Cleanup Work. (Kyodo)

Ireland Decides Whether To Abolish Senate. (Belfast Telegraph)

Former California City Manager Pleads Guilty To Corruption. (Los Angeles Times)

Hungarian Students Protest Dress Code By Doffing Clothes. (AP)