Top Stories: Afghan Security; Plane Lands At Wrong Airport : The Two-Way Also: A Senate panel takes up Janet Yellen's nomination to head the Federal Reserve; an apparent U.S. drone strike kills militant leaders in Pakistan; French police arrest a suspect in two Paris shootings; and an underwater volcano creates a new island far south of Japan.
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Top Stories: Afghan Security; Plane Lands At Wrong Airport

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— Obama Says U.S. Will Respect Afghan Sovereignty.

— Taking Off Will Be Tricky After Jet Lands At Wrong Airport.

And here are more early headlines:

Committee Expected To Forward Yellen Nomination To Senate. (Reuters)

Pakistani Militant Leaders Reportedly Die In U.S. Drone Strike. (NBC)

Elderly American Tourist Reportedly Detained In North Korea. (Voice Of America)

Police Arrest Suspect Behind Paris Shootings. (The Telegraph)

Underwater Volcano Creates New Island Far South Of Japan. (BBC)

New Jersey Poised To Test Online Gambling. (The Wall Street Journal)