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ROHINGYA-THE BOY — Even after the horror of mass killings and the long trek from Myanmar to Bangladesh through mountains and a river, Rohingya children are not safe. An Associated Press reporter writes a first-person story about the race to save one Rohingya boy who fell into a fetid waterway in a refugee camp. By Kristen Gelineau. SENT: 1,500 words, photos.

HEALTH OVERHAUL-SIGN-UPS — A congressional watchdog says the Trump administration needs to step up its management of sign-up seasons for former President Barack Obama's health care law after mixed results last year amid a failed GOP drive to repeal it. By Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar. SENT: 620 words, photo.

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TOP STORIES

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TRUMP — Donald Trump and Jeff Sessions raise the tenor of their long-running feud, with the attorney general defending the integrity of his Justice Department and pushing back against political interference after the president vents about the deal his longtime personal lawyer cut with prosecutors and charges Sessions "never took control" of the Cabinet agency. By Jill Colvin and Catherine Lucey. SENT: 980 words. UPCOMING: 800 words by 5 p.m.

AFRICA-TRUMPED AGAIN — By now, many Africans know to cringe whenever "Trump" and their continent are mentioned together. It's happened again with a racially divisive tweet about alleged land seizures from white farmers in South Africa. By Cara Anna. SENT: 550 words, photos.

RUSSIA HACKING-ACCUSED LEAKER —A former government contractor who pleaded guilty to mailing a classified U.S. report to a news organization was sentenced to more than five years in prison as part of a deal with prosecutors. The former Air Force translator worked as a contractor at a National Security Agency's office in Augusta, Georgia, when she printed a classified report and left the building with it tucked into her pantyhose. By Meg Kinnard. SENT: 800 words, photos.

HURRICANE-LANE-HAWAII — Hurricane Lane was soaking Hawaii's Big Island with torrential downpours as the Category 4 storm made its presence felt in the island state Thursday. The hurricane is on track to be the most powerful storm to hit Hawaii in a quarter century. By Jennifer Sinco Kelleher and Audrey McAvoy. SENT: 900 words, photos, video, interactive.

DOCTOR-SEXUAL ASSAULT-COACH — A former gymnastics coach at Michigan State has been charged with lying to police amid the sexual abuse investigation involving former sports doctor Larry Nassar. The charges against Kathie Klages were announced by a special independent counsel appointed by the state to investigate the university. SENT: 400 words, photos. UPCOMING: Developing.

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TRUMP-RUSSIA PROBE-MANAFORT — A juror in Paul Manafort's financial fraud trial says a lone holdout prevented the jury from convicting the onetime Trump campaign chairman on all 18 counts and insisted there was reasonable doubt. SENT: 550 words, photos.

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INTERNATIONAL

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VATICAN POPE IRELAND — When St. John Paul II visited Ireland in 1979, the Catholic Church wielded such power that homosexuality, divorce, abortion and contraception were barely spoken of, much less condoned. Catholic bishops had advised the authors of the republic's constitution, and still held political sway. Today, as Pope Francis prepares to visit, the Catholic Church enjoys no such influence. SENT: 900 words. By Nicole Winfeild and Pietro de Cristofaro.

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NATIONAL

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MISSING STUDENT-IOWA — For years, his employer said the young man from Mexico presented himself as a legal US resident and reliable worker at a family dairy farm in Iowa. But this week, the image of Cristhian Bahena Rivera transformed in a matter of hours. SENT: 1,100 words, photos.

HARVEY-YEAR LATER-INEQUITABLE RECOVERY — Hurricane Harvey has been described as the storm that didn't discriminate, inflicting an estimated $125 billion in damage after it came ashore on Aug. 25, 2017. But community leaders say the poorest hard-hit areas have had a harder time recovering. They say that unlike wealthier homeowners who could draw on savings and were more likely to have insurance, low-income residents have been more reliant on a patchwork of organizations to meet their recovery needs. SENT: 980 words, photos.

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BUSINESS/TECHNOLOGY

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US-CHINA TARIFFS — The United States and China went ahead with tariff hikes on billions of dollars of each other's automobiles, factory machinery and other goods Thursday in an escalation of a battle over Beijing's technology policy that companies worry will chill global economic growth. By Joe McDonald. SENT: 700 words, photos.