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TOP STORIES

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ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS — Palestinians observe a general strike to mourn dozens killed by Israeli army fire in the single deadliest day in Gaza since a 2014 war, as organizers say the day would be set aside for funerals and that turnout for any new protests on the border with Israel would likely be low. By Fares Akram and Karin Laub. SENT: 600 words, photos, videos. With ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS-THE LATEST; With TRUMP-MIDEAST — Trump's Mideast policies fuel global worries for the region. With UNITED NATIONS-ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS — U.N. Security Council set to discuss Gaza after a deadly day.

MUSLIMS-JEWS SOLIDARITY — As turmoil spreads through the Middle East, American Jews and Muslims have been forming alliances to build trust and seek solidarity in more ambitious ways than in the past, a sharp contrast to the violence engulfing their homelands this week. By Jeff Karoub and David Crary. SENT: 1,100 words, photos.

PRIMARY RDP — Tuesday's primary elections will begin to settle swing state Pennsylvania's chaotic congressional landscape after a court fight ended with redrawn districts just three months ago. Pennsylvania primary voters will also decide the fate of Trump's pick for U.S. Senate. Idaho voters are set to pick their Republican gubernatorial nominee, while heavily Republican Nebraska and Democratic-leaning Oregon are also holding primaries. By Thomas Beaumont. SENT: 870 words, photos. With NEBRASKA PRIMARY-SENATE — Nebraska Sen. Fischer is favorite amid plenty of opponents; NEBRASKA-PRIMARY-GOVERNOR — Ricketts seizes spotlight in buildup to Nebraska primary. Also see TRUMP-SENATE below.

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. The justices backed a robust reading of the Constitution's limit on the federal government's power to force the states go along with Washington's wishes. By Mark Sherman. SENT: 560 words, photos. TOP VIDEO: — US Scotus Sports Betting (CR) — AP Explains: High court allows sports betting. With SPORTS BETTING-LAS VEGAS — Casinos: Las Vegas won't hurt from sports betting decision. Also see TRUMP IMMIGRATION-LEGAL CHALLENGE below.

SCHOOL SHOOTING FLORIDA-SHARING THEIR STORIES — The Parkland community has become best known through a handful of charismatic students who channeled their grief and outrage into a public activist movement that reignited a national debate on guns. But many more among the 3,000-plus high school students have been coming to terms with the trauma in quieter, lower-profile ways such writing poetry, reconstructing the crime scene, filming documentaries and balancing their memories with the need to move on. By Jennifer Kay, Adriana Gomez Licon and Kelli Kennedy. SENT: 1,320 words, photos, video. An abridged version of 970 words has also been sent.

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. By Jennifer Sinco Kelleher. SENT: 790 words, photos, video. With HAWAII VOLCANO — Hawaii volcano eruption costs tourism industry millions.

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CHINA-GAP APOLOGY — Gap sorry for T-shirt's "erroneous" China map. SENT: 340 words, photo.

SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES-CALIFORNIA — Report finds cases of STDs reach all-time high in California. SENT: 670 words, photos.

BEAR ATTACK — Colorado mom scares off bear attacking 5-year-old daughter. SENT: 620 words, photos.

NAKED MAN-FLIGHT — Ex-lawmaker: Naked man tackled on Alaska Airlines flight. SENT: 130 words.

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INTERNATIONAL

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MALAYSIA-ANWAR — Malaysia's historic change of government paves the way for an extraordinary comeback for jailed opposition icon Anwar Ibrahim, who played a key role in helping to secure the election victory and has become a prime minister in waiting. SENT: 1,030 words, photos.

KOREAS-TENSION — The two Koreas will hold a high-level meeting on Wednesday to discuss setting up military and Red Cross talks aimed at reducing border tension and restarting reunions between families separated by the Korean War. SENT: 310 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 demand his exit from office. SENT: 1,280 words, photos. With NICARAGUA-TREES OF LIFE-PHOTO GALLERY, 10 photos, highlighted by XMC401.

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NATIONAL

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TRUMP IMMIGRATION-LEGAL CHALLENGE — The Trump administration will try to convince a U.S. appeals court that it was justified in ending an Obama-era immigration policy that shielded hundreds of thousands of young immigrants from deportation. SENT: 420 words, photos. UPCOMING: Hearing scheduled for 4 p.m.

MISSOURI-GOVERNOR — Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens declares victory as prosecutors abruptly dropped a felony invasion-of-privacy charge alleging he had taken a revealing photo of a woman with whom he has acknowledged having an affair. SENT: 940 words, photos.

CHILDREN TORTURED — A California woman is denying that she or her husband abused their 10 children after authorities said the kids suffered puncture wounds, burns and injuries consistent with being shot with a pellet gun. SENT: 710 words, photos, video.

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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TRUMP-SENATE — Trump's Capitol Hill lunch with Senate Republicans comes as the White House and its GOP allies try to coalesce around a political message ahead of the midterm elections. By Congressional Correspondent Lisa Mascaro. SENT: 180 words, photo. UPCOMING: Trump scheduled to arrive at Capitol at 10:45 a.m.

EPA-PRUITT-SECURITY — An internal watchdog at the Environmental Protection Agency says that Administrator Scott Pruitt demanded and received unprecedented, around-the-clock protection from armed officers on his first day — a detail that appears at odds with past claims that the stepped-up security measures came in direct response to death threats. SENT: 870 words, photo.

MELANIA TRUMP — First lady Melania Trump is expected to remain hospitalized for the rest of the week following a "long-planned" procedure to treat a benign kidney condition, White House officials say. SENT: 630 words, photos, video.

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BUSINESS

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AMAZON-SEATTLE TAX — Seattle's largest businesses such as Amazon and Starbucks will have to pay a new tax to help fund homeless services and affordable housing under a measure approved by city leaders. SENT: 900 words, photos.

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ENTERTAINMENT

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FILM-REVIEW-DEADPOOL-2 — "Deadpool 2" is a saucy, overstuffed and very entertaining sequel to the 2016 massive hit with Ryan Reynolds in the mask. By Entertainment Writer Mark Kennedy. SENT: 750 words, photos.

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SPORTS

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NEW COACHES — Hiring rookie coaches has worked out for a slew of NBA teams, and now Phoenix and Atlanta hope to follow suit. By Basketball Writer Tim Reynolds. SENT: 680 words, photos.

GIANTS-MEMORABILIA LAWSUIT — Three sports memorabilia collectors who accused New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning of providing bogus "game-worn" equipment that was sold to unsuspecting fans settle their lawsuit against the Super Bowl-winning quarterback, days before the case was scheduled to go to trial. SENT: 540 words, photo.

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