Top Stories: Chinese Cruise Ship Overturns; TSA Acting Chief Reassigned : The Two-Way Also: Medals of Honor will be awarded to two U.S. soldiers from WW1; two named storms swirl in the Pacific Ocean west of Mexico; and ISIS is forcing men in Mosul, Iraq to grow beards.
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Top Stories: Chinese Cruise Ship Overturns; TSA Acting Chief Reassigned

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- Head Of TSA Reassigned, After Tests Reveal Security Failures.

-- Cruise Ship Capsizes In China, Leaving Hundreds Unaccounted For.

And here are our early headlines:

House Panel Holds Hearing On Amtrak Crash. (Reuters)

2 Long-Delayed Medal Of Honor Awards to Be Given Today. (Washington Post)

Trio Of Tsarnaev Friends To Be Sentenced For Aiding Bomber. (Boston Globe)

Canadian Court Rules Tobacco Companies Must Pay Billions To Smokers. (CBC)

2 Named Storms Swirl West Of Mexico In Pacific. (NHC)

International Summit In Paris Reviews How To Counter ISIS. (BBC)

ISIS Forcing Men In Mosul, Iraq To Grow Beards Or Face Punishment. (International Business Times)