Top Stories: LGBTQ Poll On Harassment; Merkel Prefers New German Election : The Two-Way Also: The circumstances aren't clear behind a U.S. Border Protection agent's death; four are presumed dead in a Pennsylvania senior home fire; and some 51 million people will travel for Thanksgiving.
NPR logo Top Stories: LGBTQ Poll On Harassment; Merkel Prefers New German Election

Top Stories: LGBTQ Poll On Harassment; Merkel Prefers New German Election

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— Poll: Majority Of LGBTQ Americans Report Harassment, Violence Based On Identity.

— Undersea 'Banging Sounds' Not From Sub, Argentine Navy Says.

— Germany's Merkel: New Elections Preferable To Minority Government.

— America's Cup Race Gets A Radical New Single-Hulled Boat.

And here are more early headlines:

Fired Zimbabwe Official Tells Mugabe To Quit. (BBC)

Syrian Leader Assad In Russia For Talks With Putin. (AP)

Circumstances Unclear Of Border Protection Agent's Death. (Washington Post)

Report: State Dept. Officials Criticize Tillerson Over Countries' Use Of Child Soldiers. (Reuters)

Four Presumed Dead In Penn. Senior Living Home Fire. (WCAU)

Energy Company Demands Payment, Stops Puerto Rico Work. (CNN)

AAA Estimates 51 Million Americans Will Travel At Thanksgiving. (AAA)