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Thursday, May 17, 2018

(Air1 News – Rafael Sierra) — Thursday’s top stories to get your day started. Don’t fear missing out. We’ve got what you need to stay in the know.


Seoul Pushes For Successful Talks Between U.S. And North Korea


(SEOUL, South Korea) — The announcement comes a day after North Korea threatened to scrap the summit meeting.


Quakes Damage Roads As Ash Spews From Hawaii Volcano

AP/Caleb Jones

(HONOLULU) — State officials are forming a task force that could handle mass evacuations if the volcano blows its top.


Signs Of Bomb Found At Site Of California Day Spa Explosion

Raul Hernandez via AP

(ALISO VIEJO, Calif.) — Authorities trying to figure out if spa owner was targeted in the attack.


Lawmakers Back Efforts To Restore 'Net Neutrality' Rules


(WASHINGTON) — Senators pushed through a measure intended to bring back internet rules that ensured equal treatment for all web traffic.


Breast Cancer Treatment May Be Shorter For Some

F. Hoffmann-La Roche via AP

(LONDON) — Findings centered on drug that may cause heart damage.


Melania Trump Says She Feels 'Great'


(WASHINGTON) — "I am feeling great & look forward to getting back home."


Study: Parents Eat Way Too Many Meals Standing Up


(CARLSBAD, Calif.) — Time-strapped parents often cut corners when it comes to healthy eating.


Rehearsal Of Royal Wedding Due In Windsor

AP/Frank Augstein

(LONDON) — Practice session planned — but without the bridge and groom.


Today’s Verse of the Day from Psalm 33:12 –  What joy for the nation whose God is the Lord, whose people he has chosen as his inheritance. 


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