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  1. At least 7 dead and dozens injured after tornadoes, floods hit the South (w/video)

    Nation

    At least seven people were killed and dozens injured Saturday after tornadoes, severe thunderstorms and floods ripped Texas, Missouri and Arkansas, as well as parts of the Midwest.

    Water begins to cover the Kinser Bridge on Farm Road 164 on Saturday, April 29, 2017, in Springfield, Mo. Missouri Governor Eric Greitens has declared a state of emergency because of flooding across southern Missouri. [Nathan Papes/The Springfield News-Leader]
  2. Trump says we can't let North Korea get better missiles, calls Kim Jong-Un a 'smart cookie' (w/video)

    World

    SEOUL, South Korea — President Donald Trump calls North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un "a pretty smart cookie" for being able to hold onto power after taking over the reclusive Asian nation at a young age.

    A man watches a TV news program reporting about North Korea's missile firing with a file footage, at Seoul Train Station in Seoul, South Korea. [Associated Press]
  3. Famed Swiss climber killed near Mount Everest in Nepal

    World

    KATHMANDU, Nepal — A Swiss climber acclaimed for his rapid ascents — including scaling dozens of peaks in the Alps in a little more than two months — was killed Sunday in a mountaineering accident near Mount Everest in Nepal, expedition organizers said.

    In this Sept. 11, 2015 file photo Swiss climber Ueli Steck poses for a photo at the foot of a climbing wall in Wilderswil, Canton of Berne, Switzerland. Expedition organizers say famed Swiss climber Ueli Steck was killed in a mountaineering accident near Mount Everest in Nepal. [Christian Beutler/Keystone]
  4. White House Correspondents' Dinner highlights: 'We are not fake news,' says association president (w/video)

    Nation

    WASHINGTON - The White House Correspondents' Association punched back this weekend against an administration that has denigrated it, attempted to discredit it and, ultimately, snubbed it by becoming the first administration in decades to skip out on the annual bread-breaking between the White House and the reporters who …

    Bob Woodward, left, talks with Carl Bernstein during the White House Correspondents' Dinner in Washington, Saturday, April 29, 2017. (AP Photo/Cliff Owen)
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