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TOP STORIES

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MCCAIN —MCCAIN — Sen. John McCain's widow and other family members joined friends and admirers to say a final goodbye at his burial in the U.S. Naval Academy cemetery. After a memorial service, they followed a horse-drawn caisson carrying the casket of the longtime senator to the cemetery. By Susan Walsh. SENT: 630 words, photos, video.

BRAZIL-RIO MUSEUM FIRE — A huge fire engulfed Brazil's 200-year-old National Museum in Rio de Janeiro, lighting up the night sky with towering flames as firefighters tried to save historical relics from the blaze. The esteemed museum, which houses artefacts from Egypt, Greco-Roman art and some of the first fossils found in Brazil, was closed to the public at the time of the fire Sunday evening. There were no reports of injuries. By Peter Prengaman. SENT: 545 words, photos.

MYANMAR-JOURNALISTS — A court in Myanmar has sentenced two Reuters journalists to seven years in prison for illegal possession of official documents, a ruling that comes as international criticism mounts over the military's abuses against Rohingya Muslims. Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo had been reporting on the brutal crackdown on the Rohingya when they were arrested and charged with to violating the colonial-era Official Secrets Act. They had pleaded not guilty, contending that they were framed by police. By Victoria Milko and Aung Naing Soe. SENT: 860 words, photos. WITH: MYANMAR-JOURNALISTS-THE LATEST.

TRUMP-CLIMATE PLAN-GROUND ZERO — President Donald Trump picked West Virginia as the place to announce he'd roll back pollution rules for coal-fired power plants. But Trump didn't mention one thing: The northern two-thirds of West Virginia, along with the neighboring part of Pennsylvania, would be hit hardest. The Environmental Protection Agency predicts that 350 to 1,500 more people in the U.S. will die each year under Trump's plan. And in West Virginia, it's shaping up to be at least a couple dozen additional deaths a year. By Ellen Knickmeyer and John Raby. UPCOMING: 1,205 words, photo by 11 a.m. This story is this week's Tuesday Spotlight.

TRUMP-TRADE — President Donald Trump is making trade policy the connective tissue that ties together his "America First" foreign policy and his political strategy for the 2020 presidential election. Trump's 2016 triumph was paved in part by his support among blue-collar voters in Midwestern manufacturing states. His aggressive trade tactics are aimed at reversing what he has long viewed as unfair trade deals while maintaining support among working-class voters hurt by the loss of manufacturing jobs. By Ken Thomas. SENT: 830 words, photo.

CHINA-METOO — A woman's challenges in trying to report sexual assault allegations show the determination of a new generation trying to push China into its own #MeToo movement. By Yanan Wang. SENT: 1,300 words, photos.

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TRUMP-2018 MIDTERMS — President Donald Trump's eagerness to campaign for candidates — and protect his political flank — has led Republican officials and his political team to devise a strategy for managing his time and keeping him in places where he can be helpful in the November election. They're also determined to try to manage his unpredictability. By Zeke Miller and Catherine Lucey. SENT: 1,050 words, photos.

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NATIONAL

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BOATS COLLIDE-CALIFORNIA — The search continues for four people who went missing after two boats crashed and sunk on the Colorado River, ejecting more than a dozen people who were on board. Nine people were injured, two critically. SENT: 300 words. Developing.

CALIFORNIA RACETRACK SHOOTING — A man who was told no more tickets were available for an Ice Cube concert at a racetrack was shot by a sheriff's deputy after he fired his gun into a crowd. SENT: 280 words.

CHILD SEX TRAFFICKING-SHELTER — The need for long-term and specialized care to treat child sex-trafficking victims is increasing as the focus across the U.S. shifts from punishment to treatment. A residential facility in Texas opened recently amid a makeshift response nationwide to a growing population of child sex-trafficking victims. By Jamie Stengle and Emily Schmall. UPCOMING: 950 words, photos by 1 p.m.

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INTERNATIONAL

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UNITED NATIONS-DEADLY CROSSINGS — The U.N. refugee agency says people smugglers are taking greater risks to ferry their human cargo toward Europe as Libya's coast guard intercepts more and more boats carrying migrants, increasing the likelihood that those on board may die during the Mediterranean journeys. By Jamey Keaten. SENT: 680 words, photos.

ISRAEL-PHILIPPINES-PRESIDENT-VISIT — Rodrigo Duterte received a warm welcome on his arrival for the first-ever visit by a Philippine president to Israel since the countries established diplomatic relations in 1957. SENT: 465 words, photo. With: ISRAEL-NETANYAHU'S FRIENDS —The first visit of a Philippine president to Israel is sure to be touted by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as another success in his campaign to enhance Israel's relations across the globe. But critics say Netanyahu is giving a pass to authoritarian leaders, some seeming to voice anti-Semitic leanings. By Aron Heller. SENT: 985 words, photos.

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SPORTS

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MR SMITH'S WASHINGTON — Alex Smith is everything Kirk Cousins couldn't be enough of for the Washington Redskins. He's an established, veteran NFL quarterback who signed on long term and is already being called by teammates the kind of leader they needed. Smith's arrival made things feel "different" for the Redskins, and now it's up to him to make that translate to the field. By Stephen Whyno. UPCOMING: 750 words, photos by 12 p.m.