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Top Stories: Trump Tariff Exemptions; Robust February Jobs Report

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- Modest Wage Gains In February As Economy Adds Robust 313,000 Jobs.

-- White House Acknowledges Trump Ties To Stormy Legal Battle Over Alleged Affair.

-- U.S. Signs Off On Tariffs, Angering Trade Partners.

-- Obama In Talks To Produce Shows For Netflix, Report Says.

-- ISIS Claims Responsibility For Deadly Attack Aimed At Afghan Hazaras.

And here are more early headlines:

Paralympics Open Today In South Korea. ( USA Today)

Former Hedge Fund Manager Shkreli To Be Sentenced. ( Washington Post)

Female Firefighter To Be Forest Service Interim Chief. ( AP)

Ryan Bundy To Run For Nevada Governor As Independent. ( Review-Journal)

Frida Kahlo Descendant Disputes Barbie Doll In Her Image. ( AP)

Halfway Point At Alaska's Iditarod Sled Dog Race. ( Anchorage Daily News)

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