Top Stories: Iran Nuclear Talks; Super Typhoon Hits Philippines : The Two-Way Also: President Obama travels to New Orleans and Miami to promote U.S. exports; the FAA will introduce new rules to govern domestic drone use; Russia plans to lodge new charges against Greenpeace activists; and there'll be a moment of silence at checkpoints to honor a slain TSA agent.
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Top Stories: Iran Nuclear Talks; Super Typhoon Hits Philippines

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— Hopes Rising For 'First Step' At Nuclear Talks With Iran.

— Strongest Cyclone Ever? Typhoon Haiyan Slams Philippines.

And here are more early headlines:

Obama Visiting New Orleans To Talk Up U.S. Exports. (Times-Picayune)

TSA Agents Will Observe Moment Of Silence For Slain Agent. (Washington Post)

Hedge Fund SAC To Plead Guilty Today To Insider Trading, Pay $1.8 Billion. (ABC)

FAA To Introduce Rules For Domestic Drones In U.S. (CNN)

Russia To Bring More Charges Against Greenpeace Activists. (Guardian)