Top Stories: Typhoon Survivors Lack Aid; Syrian Terrorists : The Two-Way Also: China decides to alter its one-child per couple population policy; Toronto's city council moves to strip power from the city's beleaguered mayor; President Obama is to nominate a candidate for surgeon general; and baseball's most valuable players are announced.
NPR logo Top Stories: Typhoon Survivors Lack Aid; Syrian Terrorists

Top Stories: Typhoon Survivors Lack Aid; Syrian Terrorists

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— Wait Continues In The Philippines: 'We Have Nothing To Eat'.

— We Beheaded The Wrong Man, Syrian Terrorists Say.

And here are more early headlines:

China To Loosen One-Child Population Control Policy. (Xinhua)

Toronto Lawmakers Aim To Strip Mayor Of Some Powers. (Globe and Mail)

FBI Director Wouldn't Block Congressional Questions Of Benghazi Victims. (AP)

Several Migrants Die After Boat Founders Off Greece. (Al Jazeera)

Texas Gas Line Ruptured, No Injuries In Explosion. (Dallas Morning News)

Obama To Nominate Harvard Physician As Next Surgeon General. (Reuters)

Baseball MVPs: Tigers' Cabrera, Pirates' McCutcheon. (Bloomberg)