Trump is first head of state to meet Japan’s new emperor

President Donald Trump participates in a welcome ceremony with Japanese Emperor Naruhito and Japanese Empress Masako at the Imperial Palace, Monday, May 27, 2019, in Tokyo.
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Statistically, you only have a 1 in 302,575,350 chance of winning the big one.

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Eli Gold reflects on the passing of two legends

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Alabama Public Television didn’t show ‘Arthur’ gay wedding episode

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  Huntsville undocumented immigrant facing deportation after arrest for falsifying police report

Friends say he called Huntsville police for help.
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  Tornadoes rake 2 Oklahoma cities, killing 2 and injuring 29

Crews were expected to arrive in El Reno to determine the severity of the damage to the town.

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Alabama advances to 12th Women’s College World Series

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  Bart Starr, 1960s Green Bay quarterback, dies at 85

The Packers announced Sunday that Starr had died, citing his family. He had been in failing health since suffering a serious stroke in 2014.

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  Auburn’s Rod Bramblett, wife remembered after fatal crash

Alabama advances to 12th Women’s College World Series

The Alabama Crimson Tide is headed back to the Women’s College World Series.

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Lawmakers are working to pass a bill that would make murdering an on-duty first responder a capital offense.
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Torrential rain doesn’t stop sentinels from placing flags at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

A soldier from the Army's 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment continued to place flags at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier during severe weather on Wednesday.

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