Top Stories: Calif. Transit Strike Ends; Sept. Jobless Report : The Two-Way Also: Human rights groups urge the U.S. to examine how many civilians have died in foreign drone strikes; Hurricane Raymond stalls off Mexico's Pacific coast; a new survey indicates consumers may spend more this holiday shopping season; and a thief returns a boy's prized pumpkin.
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Top Stories: Calif. Transit Strike Ends; Sept. Jobless Report

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— Trains Running Again In San Francisco As BART Strike Ends.

— Modest Job Growth, No Change In Unemployment Rates Expected.

And here are more early headlines:

No Motive Yet Known For Nevada School Shooting. (NBC)

Drones Kill More Civilians Than Obama Administration Estimates. (Washington Post)

Hurricane Raymond Stalls Off Mexico's Pacific Coast. (NHC)

Chinese Smog Still Blankets City, Closing Schools. (CNN)

Deadly Australian Bushfires Fueled By Dangerous Weather. (ABC Sydney)

Survey Suggests Holiday Shopping Sales to Increase. (Bloomberg)

Thief Returns Boy's Huge Prize Pumpkin, Apologizes In Note. (York Dispatch)