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  • By Molly Hennessy-Fiske Los Angeles Times (TNS)

RIO BRAVO, Texas — Marta Martinez was in her bedroom about a mile from the border in south Texas on Wednesday, preparing to attend her son’s end-of-year award ceremony at school, when she heard a gunshot. She told her children to stay inside and rushed out to see a Border Patrol agent with a…

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  • By John Follain and Chiara Albanese Bloomberg News (TNS)

ROME –– Italy sank deeper into political uncertainty as populist leaders pulled the plug on their attempt to form a government after the president rejected their choice of a euroskeptic, Germany-bashing candidate as finance minister.

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GLEN CARBON, Ill. (AP) — A manager at a southwestern Illinois cemetery said Sunday that most of the gravestones spray-painted with swastikas have been cleaned and would be in good condition as families visit on Memorial Day.

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  • By Anne Geggis, David Fleshler, Wayne K. Roustan and Susannah Bryan Miami Herald (TNS)

Subtropical storm Alberto, slowly strengthening as it drew closer to the Gulf Coast, set off new tropical storm warnings Sunday stretching just north of Naples up past the tip of Florida’s Panhandle.

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BIDDEFORD, Maine (AP) — A spokesman for former President George H.W. Bush says the 93-year-old was experiencing low blood pressure and has been hospitalized.

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  • By HYUNG-JIN KIM, FOSTER KLUG and CATHERINE LUCEY Associated Press

The U.S. State Department says American officials are meeting with North Korean officials at the border village of Panmunjom as talks continue over a potential summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

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  • By Jean Marbella The Baltimore Sun (TNS)

BALTIMORE — It’s hard to think of a more volatile mix: Four young black males from Baltimore City, accused in the death of a white female police officer in Baltimore County. Authorities say three of the teenagers were breaking into homes when the fourth ran the officer over in a stolen Jeep.

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  • By MATT VOLZ Associated Press

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — For more than two decades, Montana's lone U.S. House seat has been a sacrificial altar where Democratic candidates' dreams are squashed. Not only have all 12 Democratic candidates since 1996 lost to Republicans, but only two of them have since gone on to win any election…

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  • By WILLIAM L. WORDEN Associated Press

MASSACRE BAY, Attu Island (AP) — EDITOR'S NOTE: The following story was written by war correspondent William L. Worden, on his arrival as an eyewitness to the Battle of Attu in Alaska 75 years ago . It was dated May 13, 1943, but didn't appear in newspapers until May 23, 1943.

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  • By ALEXANDRA VILLARREAL and BARBARA ORTUTAY Associated Press

President Donald Trump can do many things on Twitter. He can call a former FBI director "slippery" and a former president "cheatin'." He can spontaneously SWITCH TO ALL CAPS and claim media organizations are "fake news."

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  • By EMERY P. DALESIO AP Business Writer

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Lawyers for the world's largest pork producer say jurors shouldn't hear about the finances of a company that allegedly ignored complaints for years when they're presented again with claims that industrial-scale hog operations harm rural neighbors.

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