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Top Stories: February's Jobless Rate; Brazil's Former President Detained

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— Economy Gained 242,000 Jobs In February; Unemployment Rate Holds Steady.

— Brazil's Former President Lula Da Silva Targeted In Corruption Raid.

— Thousands Of ISIS-Bound Uniforms Seized, Spanish Police Say.

And here are more early headlines:

North Korea Says It Will Ready A Nuclear Arsenal, But Is There One? (CNN)

Trump To Address CPAC Saturday, Drawing Criticism. (Politico)

Phoenix Averaged 80 Degrees In February. And It Didn't Rain. (KTAR-TV)

Colo. Movie Shooter Holmes Moved Out Of State After Prison Attack. (AP)

Movie Chain AMC Will Buy Rival Carmike For $1.1 Billion. (Variety)

U.N. Seeks Aid For Cyclone Battered Fiji. (Radio New Zealand)

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