Top Stories: Latest On Mideast Quake; Trump Jr. Had Contact With WikiLeaks : The Two-Way Also: Iran stops the official search for earthquake survivors; Native American women seek justice in sexual assault cases; and Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky) returns to work after being badly beaten.
NPR logo Top Stories: Latest On Mideast Quake; Trump Jr. Had Contact With WikiLeaks

Top Stories: Latest On Mideast Quake; Trump Jr. Had Contact With WikiLeaks

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— Iran Calls Off Search For Survivors In Quake-Struck Region.

— Donald Trump, Jr. Had Direct Contact With WikiLeaks During Campaign.

— For Native Americans Facing Sexual Assault, Justice Feels Out Of Reach.

— Thousands Of Puerto Ricans Are Still In Shelters. Now What?

— Rand Paul Returns To Senate After Being Injured In Attack By Kentucky Neighbor.

— Russia Using Disinformation To 'Sow Discord In West,' Britain's Prime Minister Says.

And here are more early headlines:

Trump Says He'll Soon Make Major Trade Announcement. (CBS)

Damaging Winds Leave One Woman Dead In Washington. (Seattle Times)

Value Of Bitcoin Seesaws Wildly Over A Few Days. (CNBC)

Evidence That Wine Was Drunk 8,000 Years Ago. (CBC)

Whoa! Italian Men's Team Fails To Qualify For World Cup. (SI)