Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- In Myanmar, Pope Calls For Unity And Tolerance, But Doesn't Mention Rohingya.

-- Kenya's President Sworn-In For Second Term As Police Quell Unrest.

-- Former Top Chinese General Commits Suicide As Corruption Probe Looms.

-- What The Upheaval At A Federal Consumer Watchdog Could Mean For Students.

And here are more early headlines:

President Trump To Visit GOP Senators On Capitol Hill Today. ( USA Today)

Confirmation Hearing Underway For Fed Chair Nominee. ( MarketWatch)

Tesla Prepares To Test Huge Battery In Australia. ( Sydney Morning Herald)

Uncertainty Over Honduran Presidential Voting Results. ( Reuters)

Arkansas Cuts Funding To Planned Parenthood. ( AP)

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