Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- Americans Were Among Those Killed In Brussels Attacks, Kerry Says.

-- Belgian Authorities Detain 6 People In Raids Across Brussels.

-- IRS And Cybercriminals Step Up Spy Vs. Spy Efforts. Who's Winning?

-- NRA Rewrites Fairy Tales With More Firearms, Less Bloodshed.

And here are more early headlines:

U.S., Russia To Work On Shoring Up Syrian Truce. ( New York Times)

Indiana Governor Signs Controversial Abortion Ban. ( Indianapolis Star)

North Korea Says It Arrests Korean-American On Spying Charge. ( Reuters)

Train Strikes Truck, Derails In Eastern Minnesota, Causing Blast. ( Grand Forks Herald)

Report: Verizon Business Unit Is Hacked, 1.5 Million Customers Affected. ( KrebsonSecurity)

Chinese Vaccine Scandal Widens, Dozens Arrested. ( South China Morning Post)

Microsoft Takes Down Web App That Was Making Racist Tweets. ( Business Insider)

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