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Top Stories: White House Staffer Quits After Abuse Charges; Democrats' Countermemo

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- What You Need To Know About Memo Mania: Waiting On Democrats' Countermemo.

-- White House Senior Staffer Resigns After Domestic Abuse Allegations.

-- Australian Prime Minister To Issue National Apology For Child Sexual Abuse.

And here are more early headlines:

U.S. Airstrikes In Syria After Syrian Forces Attack Base Used By U.S. Troops. ( Washington Post)

Trump To Attend National Prayer Breakfast Today. ( VOA)

Norovirus Spreads Widely Among Olympic Site Staff. ( New York Times)

Venezuela Sets Presidential Elections For April. ( BBC)

Jury Deliberates Fraud Case Ex-Workers Of Pilot Flying J Truck Stop. ( Knox.news)

#WeWonIt: Philadephia Eagles Victory Parade. ( WCAU)

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