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Top Stories: Shkreli Won't Answer Congress; Syrian Donor Conference

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— No Comment From Grinning Martin Shkreli At House Hearing On Drug Prices.

— Diplomats Gather In London, Hope To Pledge Billions To Help Syrians.

— Julian Assange Says He Will Surrender If U.N. Panel Rules Against Him.

And here are more early headlines:

Syrian Peace Talks Break Down. (New York Times)

New Federal Indictments Filed Against Several Oregon Occupiers. (Oregonian)

Security Increased At Federal Wildlife Centers As Oregon Occupation Goes On. (AP)

IRS Has Computer Failure: Electronic Tax Return Processing Delayed. (CNN)

Florida Declares Health Emergency Over Zika Cases In 4 Counties. (Miami Herald)

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