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Top Stories: Obama To Act On Firearms; Kuwait Pulls Ambassador To Iran

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— Kuwait Recalls Ambassador From Iran Over Saudi Rift.

— Obama Administration To Announce Executive Action On Guns.

And here are more early headlines:

Major Flooding Continues To Inundate Midwest. (NWS)

U.N. Security Council Condemns Violence Against Saudi Embassy In Iran. (CNN)

Chinese Stocks Volatile While Investors Await New Regulations. (Wall Street Journal)

Armed Occupation Continues In Eastern Oregon. (OPB)

Changes In Oklahoma Gas Drilling Rules After Spate Of Earthquakes. (AP)

Indian Airbase Searched After Days-Long Fight With Militants. (VOA)

NTSB Checking Report Of Car Acceleration In Deadly California Crash. (AP)