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Top Stories: Navalny Detained In Russia; Latest On Tehran Attacks

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- Russian Opposition Leader Alexei Navalny Is Detained On Day Of Protests.

-- Iran Says It Killed Mastermind Of Deadly Attacks On Parliament And Mausoleum.

-- Penguins Beat Predators 2-0 For Second Consecutive Stanley Cup.

And here are more early headlines:

Mildred Loving Interview On Decision Legalizing Interracial Marriage. (AP)

D.C., Maryland Attorneys General To Sue Trump Over Businesses. (Washington Post)

Uncertainty Over Whether Sessions Testimony Will Be Open. (Reuters)

Missouri Lawmakers Begin Special Session On Abortion Issues. (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

First Lady Melania, Son Barron Trump Move To The White House. (NBC)

Migrants Feared Missing Off Spanish Coast. (AP)

Saudi Arabia Says Officer Killed In Eastern Province Explosion. (Al-Arabiya)

South Korea's Yekwon Sunwoo Wins Cliburn Piano Competition. (VOA)