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The water neared the second floor of buildings and swept away cars. This is a developing story. The NWS provided observed rainfall accumulations for the past 24 hours in the greater Baltimore area showing widespread observed amounts of 3 to 6 inches with isolated measurements exceeding 9 inches.
  • Significant flooding, water rescues underway in Ellicott City

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    Hogan urged residents of the affected area to seek higher ground. They say a Flash Flood Emergency has been declared for Ellicott City , Catonsville, and surrounding areas. Two people died as a result. Hogan says on Facebook that he is heading to Ellicott City , located about 13 miles west of Baltimore, after Sunday's flash flooding form recent heavy rains.
  • U.S. officials in summit planning talks with North Koreans in DMZ

    U.S. officials in summit planning talks with North Koreans in DMZ

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    According to reporting from NPR's Elise Hu , the Saturday meeting between the leaders of the two Koreas happened on Kim's request. President Donald Trump listens during a meeting with Joshua Holt, who was recently released from a prison in Venezuela, in the Oval Office of the White House, May 26, 2018, in Washington, D.C.
  • Moon Jae-in says North Korea is still committed to U.S. summit

    Moon Jae-in says North Korea is still committed to U.S. summit

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    Trump told reporters that they are still considering Singapore as the venue for their talks. We'd like to do it. "We hope that US leaders and government will focus on safeguarding world economic growth, safeguarding the interests of US consumers, and the business community, and will go in tandem with China to properly resolve Sino-US economic and trade relations", Lu said.
  • Italian premier-designate quits over nixed anti-euro minister

    Italian premier-designate quits over nixed anti-euro minister

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    Conte's decision to step aside leaves Italy in a political crisis almost three months after March's inconclusive general election. Mattarella said Conte refused to support "any other solution" and then, faced with the president's refusal to approve the choice of Savona, gave up his mandate to be prime minister.
  • Will Power wins 102nd running of the Indianapolis 500

    Will Power wins 102nd running of the Indianapolis 500

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    Patrick, 36, had those same thoughts as she returned to Indianapolis after her 2005 debut at the track that sparked her career. "The first restart I had behind [Power] I had a good run, I think I could have passed him, and I was like "I'll just sit here and save fuel" and work on him on the exchange".
  • Russian Federation probe has ruined 'young and attractive lives'

    Russian Federation probe has ruined 'young and attractive lives'

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    House Speaker Paul Ryan said after the meetings that Republicans are now "getting the cooperation necessary" to resolve their demands for the classified information. Trump fired Comey as the FBI investigated the Russian election interference, setting the stage for the appointment of Special Counsel Robert Mueller and his wide-ranging inquiries.
  • Trump lawyers almost reached deal for Mueller interview in January

    Trump lawyers almost reached deal for Mueller interview in January

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    Giuliani, though, told Buzzfeed that is not what he meant or at least that is not what he now meant. In a separate television appearance, Giuliani said Trump was "adamant" about wanting to agree to an interview, saying, "If he wasn't thinking about it and it wasn't an active possibility, we would be finished with that by now and we would have moved on to getting the investigation over with another way".
  • Travis Scott Honors Survivors Of Texas School Shooting At Houston Rockets Game

    Travis Scott Honors Survivors Of Texas School Shooting At Houston Rockets Game

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    Family and friends say Christian Riley Garcia, one of the students slain by a gunman last week at his Texas high school, displayed bravery "far beyond his years" and often put the needs of others before himself. On Eyewitness News at 4 and 6:30, reporter Steven Romo has more from his conversation with the men hired to represent the Santa Fe High School shooting suspect in court.
  • Israeli fighter jets strike Hamas targets in Gaza Strip

    Israeli fighter jets strike Hamas targets in Gaza Strip

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    A third person, 25-year-old Naseem Marwan al-Amour, succumbed later to his wounds. The IDF struck several Hamas targets in Gaza Saturday night in response to continued violence at the border fence and the infiltration of four Palestinians into Israeli territory.
  • Russian soldiers killed in attack in Syria

    Russian soldiers killed in attack in Syria

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    On October 3, 2017, Russia's Defense Ministry denied that two Russian soldiers had been captured by the Daesh Takfiri terrorists in Syria. Syria's army took Deir al-Zour city last November but Islamic State fighters remain active in the province.
  • Winston Peters says NZ supports 'deeply concerning' findings of MH17 probe

    Winston Peters says NZ supports 'deeply concerning' findings of MH17 probe

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    The Netherlands and Australia said on Friday they held the Russian state responsible in part for the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 in July 2014 that killed all 298 aboard , and will seek compensation. Russian Federation denies any involvement in either that incident or the aircraft downing. Lavrov said he had been informed by a Dutch minister that "they have practically no doubt that the BUK [missile] came from Russian Federation".
  • Donald Trump and his former national intelligence director

    Donald Trump and his former national intelligence director

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    To " witch hunt " and " fake news ", he has now added " Spygate " - his term for the FBI's reported use of an informant in the early days of the Russian Federation investigation . One of the founders of the conservative Federalist Society is advancing a controversial legal theory that Robert Mueller's special counsel investigation is unconstitutional.
  • Some analysts think Kim Jong-un desperately needs a deal with Trump

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    He revealed that Kim agreed to engage in " direct communication " with Washington to prepare for the newly resuscitated summit, but said that its fate still depends on future negotiations between the parties. It remains unclear whether Kim will ever agree to fully abandon his nuclear arsenal in return, despite Moon's insistence that Kim can be persuaded to abandon his nuclear facilities, materials and bombs in a verifiable and irreversible way in exchange for credible security and economic ...
  • Prime minister, abortion rights groups claim win in Ireland

    Prime minister, abortion rights groups claim win in Ireland

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    Researchers estimate that approximately 3,500 Irish citizens travel to England every year to have abortions, while another 2,000 order abortion pills from the internet. Many traveled overseas to undergo the procedure, and others bought pills online. Sinn Fein leader Mary Lou McDonald, centre, reacts with a member of the "Yes" campaign.
  • Trump Says U.S.-North Korea Talks May Salvage Kim Summit

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    Trump rattled the region on Thursday by cancelling his June 12 meeting with Kim in the Southeast Asian city-state, citing "open hostility" from Pyongyang. Their quickly arranged meeting Saturday appears to highlight a sense of urgency on both sides of the world's most heavily armed border: Moon wants to secure a summit that he sees as the best way to ease animosity that had some fearing a war previous year; Kim may see the sit-down with Trump as necessary to easing pressure from crushing ...
  • State of emergency declared in Florida as Alberto approaches

    State of emergency declared in Florida as Alberto approaches

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    The storm was moving north-northeast at 6 miles per hour (9 kph). Alberto is expected to continue chugging in a north-northeastward direction Saturday, followed by a slower north-northwestward motion on Sunday and Monday. The ground is saturated in areas and according to Weather Underground, Melbourne International Airport has received 5.60 inches of rainfall so far this month.
  • Trump says China to buy ‘massive amounts’ of United States farm products

    Trump says China to buy ‘massive amounts’ of United States farm products

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    Navarro was named in the White House communications around the first round of high-level talks convened in Beijing on May 3, but was not in Saturday's joint statement . And the statement said little of the key dividing issue between Washington and Beijing: The methods China uses to try to overtake USA technological supremacy - from cyber theft to its demands that American companies hand over some of their technology in exchange for access to the Chinese market.
  • American jailed in Venezuela for 2 years arrives in US

    American jailed in Venezuela for 2 years arrives in US

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    Holt was married to a Venezuelan woman who also was arrested when she came to visit him in prison. Bob Corker , chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, met with Venezuela's president, Nicolas Maduro , on Friday, two days after the embattled socialist leader kicked out the top US diplomat in the country.
  • Family grateful for Utah man's 'miracle' Venezuela release

    Family grateful for Utah man's 'miracle' Venezuela release

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    In this image provided by the Holt family, Joshua Holt, his wife Thamara and her daughter board a plane at the airport in Caracas, Venezuela , Saturday, May 26, 2018 . He and his wife have been held without a trial since 2016. There has not been any official confirmation or comment from President Nicolás Maduro's government.
  • Moon, Kim hold surprise meet over US-N. Korea summit

    Moon, Kim hold surprise meet over US-N. Korea summit

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    He did not confirm how the secret meeting was arranged or which side asked for it. Trump notably did not inform the South Koreans before canceling the summit Thursday - White House officials said Trump feared news would leak to the press if he informed allies.