Good morning! Here's a look at how AP's general news coverage is shaping up today. Some plans are subject to change; see the 2 p.m. News Digest for updates. You can find our contact info at the bottom of this advisory. All times EDT.

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HIGHLIGHTING:

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ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS (sent)

AP POLL-LONG-TERM CARE (sent)

TRUMP-SENATE (upcoming)

TRUMP (upcoming)

SUPREME COURT-SPORTS BETTING-LEGAL IMPACT (sent)

BRITAIN-ROYAL WEDDING (sent)

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WHAT WE'RE TALKING ABOUT:

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Here are details of those stories, plus others we have in the works for today (all times EST):

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BURIED SAFE — Buried treasure: NYC couple find safe with $52,000 worth of property — including diamonds, gold, jade and soaking wet cash. SENT: 150 words.

STATUE OF LIBERTY-LIGHTS — Workers will be turning off some lights for repairs to the Statue of Liberty's electrical system. SENT: 100 words, photo.

CHINA-GAP APOLOGY — Clothing retailer Gap apologizes for selling T-shirts with incorrect map of China. SENT: 500 words, photo.

MEAL SHAMING — Massachusetts lawmakers are considering bills that would prohibit school districts from denying hot lunches to students who don't have the money to pay for them. SENT: 150 words.

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WASHINGTON/POLITICS

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ONLY ON AP:

AP POLL-LONG-TERM CARE — Most young adults haven't given much thought to their own needs as they get older, but a significant number are already providing long-term care for older loved ones, according to a new poll by the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research. SENT: 630 words.

TRUMP-SENATE — The last time President Donald Trump met with Senate Republicans he was feuding with the powerful chair of the foreign relations panel. Now he's embroiled in a controversy over an aide's comment disparaging ailing Sen. John McCain, and the Senate GOP leadership is telling Trump it's past time for an apology. SENT: 600 words. UPCOMING: Updates after 1 p.m. lunch, 700 words by 4 p.m., photos.

PRIMARY RDP — Four states hold primaries Tuesday. Pennsylvania voters will decide the fate of President Donald Trump's pick for Senate, three months after a court fight ended with redrawn districts. In Idaho, voters will pick their Republican nominee for governor. There are also primaries in Nebraska and Oregon. SENT: 870 words, photo. UPCOMING: Polls begin to close at 8 p.m.

MELANIA TRUMP — President Trump says that his wife, Melania, will come home from the hospital in a few days, after receiving medical treatment this week for a kidney condition the White House said is noncancerous. SENT: 680 words, photos.

TRUMP —President Trump speaks at a memorial for fallen law enforcement officers. UPCOMING: Developing from 11 a.m. event, 300 words by 2 p.m., photos.

SUPREME COURT-SPORTS BETTING-LEGAL IMPACT — The Supreme Court's decision striking down a federal law over sports betting could signal trouble for the Trump administration in its legal fight against so-called sanctuary states and cities. SENT: 560 words, photos.

SCHOOL SUPPLIES — Nearly all public school teachers report digging into their pockets to pay for school supplies, spending nearly $480 a year, far more than the federal $250 tax deduction available to teachers. SENT: 260 words.

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INTERNATIONAL

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ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS — Thousands joined funeral processions for some of the dozens of Palestinians killed by Israeli troops in a mass march on the Gaza border, as Israelis faced growing diplomatic fallout from the use of lethal force against unarmed protesters. Monday marked the deadliest day in Gaza since a 2014 war there, and was part of a high-stakes campaign by Gaza's Hamas rulers to break a decade-long border blockade. SENT: 1,200 words, photos.

NICARAGUA-STUDENT PROTESTERS — Many young students in Nicaragua, a demographic that has long been a bastion of support for Daniel Ortega, have turned against the president and have formed the core of a protest movement over now-scrapped social security reforms and now demanding his exit from office. SENT: 1,300 words, photos.

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NATIONAL

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COLD CASE-EXCAVATION — Crews have stopped digging up an area in suburban Detroit where police have said they hoped to find the remains of up to seven missing girls. Warren Mayor James Fouts told The Associated Press that the weeklong excavation on the outskirts of a subdivision in Macomb Township has ended. Fouts says police are weighing whether to excavate three other locations in the state where they believe the suspect, Arthur Ream, could have taken the girls who disappeared decades ago. SENT: 200 words, developing.

HAWAII VOLCANO-INSURANCE — Hawaii's Big Island residents who have recently lost homes to the lava-spewing Kilauea volcano are on an urgent quest for answers about insurance, desperate to learn whether their coverage will offer any help after molten rock wiped out most of what they owned. SENT: 775 words, photos, video.

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BUSINESS

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SMALL BUSINESS-INTEREST RATES — It's a good news-bad news situation for small businesses when interest rates rise. The Federal Reserve has been gradually raising interest rates because the economy is doing well and a strong economy is great for most businesses. But higher rates will likely increase what it costs for businesses to borrow. A look at what an owner of a small business should do. SENT: 750 words.

TRADE-US-CHINA CONFLICT — American companies — exporters as well as importers_- are expected to argue their case to the Trump administration that it should refrain from imposing tariffs on China and thereby risk igniting a full-blown trade war that could threaten the U.S. economy. With signs emerging of a possible thaw in the conflict, China's top trade official arrives for talks with the administration. UPCOMING: 800 words by 3:30 p.m.

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ENTERTAINMENT

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BRITAIN-ROYAL WEDDING — Thomas Markle spent a career in Hollywood, but nothing prepared him for this. The father of royal bride-to-be Meghan Markle has reportedly said he will not attend his daughter's wedding to Prince Harry this week after suffering a heart attack amid media frenzy around the nuptials. SENT: 890 words, photos.

FRANCE-CANNES-BLACKKKLANSMAN — In a passionate, expletive-ridden monologue at the Cannes Film Festival, director Spike Lee lambasted Donald Trump for the U.S. president's response to last year's violent white supremacist protest in Charlottesville, Virginia. Lee spoke to reporters Tuesday after his "BlacKkKlansman" premiered Monday night at Cannes to a rousing standing ovation. SENT: 550 words, photos.

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SPORTS

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PANTHERS SALE — People familiar with the situation say hedge fund manager David Tepper has agreed to buy the Carolina Panthers from team founder Jerry Richardson for a record $2.2 billion. The people spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the team has not yet announced the sale. The purchase is subject to a vote at the NFL owners meeting next week in Atlanta. SENT: 200 words, developing.

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HOW TO REACH US

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