N. Korean Media Report Trump, Kim Agree To Visit One Another

Watch Video North Korean state media reported Kim Jong-un accepted an invitation from President Donald Trump to visit the U.S. The two leaders met for several hours on Tuesday. The result was a signed agreement to denuclearize the entire Korean peninsula. Trump said later in the day he would halt war games between the U.S. and South Korea. North Korean media also reported Trump accepted Kim’s invitation to visit Pyongyang. Former presidents have visited the North Korean capital in the past, but never while in office. …read more Source:: Newsy Headlines       

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Saskatchewan RCMP preparing to talk to Crown about charges in Broncos bus crash

REGINA — Saskatchewan RCMP say they are preparing to talk to Crown prosecutors about potential charges in the Humboldt Broncos bus crash, but can’t say exactly when that will happen. Police say they are still investigating the April 6 collision. They have previously said that a semi-trailer unit was in a rural Saskatchewan intersection when the truck and the junior hockey team’s bus collided while the Broncos were on their way to a playoff game in Nipawin. “We’re still working through a number of reports, data, interview material for the investigation,” Supt. Derek Williams said Tuesday. “We are just waiting for some expert reports to be completed and peer reviewed… Read More

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Missed the Warriors parade? Catch up on the celebration with the full video

So you missed the Golden State Warriors championship parade. We get it. Not everyone could skip a work day to celebrate with the Bay Area’s newest dynasty. With that in mind, the Bay Area News Group staff was on hand to record video of the full parade and have all the important moments for you. In more than one instance, Warrior stars came down from the bus and interacted with fans. Champagne was sprayed. Players such as Nick Young aka Swaggy P walked around shirtless. Stephen Curry partied with fans streetside. Basketballs were even bounced around from atop buses as the Warriors celebration convoy rolled through downtown Oakland. You can… Read More

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Denver’s proposed sales tax for parks gains support from 9 City Council members

A proposed Denver ballot measure that would create a dedicated sales tax to acquire and maintain parks has attracted nine City Council members as co-sponsors. That strong-majority support on the 13-member council was revealed Tuesday afternoon as a committee unanimously advanced the measure to the full council. A final vote (along with an hourlong public hearing) is possible as soon as July 9. Councilman Jolon Clark proposed the tax question for referral to the Nov. 6 ballot, as The Denver Post reported Monday. It would ask voters whether to increase the city’s sales tax by 0.25 percent, or 2.5 cents per $10 purchase — a hike that would raise an… Read More

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GOP Moderates Try To Force House Vote On DACA Ahead Of Deadline

Watch Video GOP conservatives, centrists and leadership are trying to reach a deal on immigration Tuesday amid major conflicts within the party surrounding so-called Dreamers. Those are people who were brought to the U.S. by their parents illegally when they were children. Tuesday is the last day centrists have in their effort to gather 218 signatures and force a vote this month on a bill to protect the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA. But Republicans can’t seem to agree on how much protection DACA recipients should have. Some GOP leaders are worried protecting them could cost the party votes and possibly its majority. But some centrists in… Read More

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Which US ‘hotspot’ is at highest risk because parents skip vaccines?

By Lena H. Sun Public health officials have long known that the United States has pockets of vulnerability where the risk of measles and other vaccine-preventable childhood diseases is higher because parents hesitate or refuse to get their children immunized. Eighteen states allow parents to opt their children out of school immunization requirements for nonmedical reasons, with exemptions for religious or philosophical beliefs. And in two-thirds of those states, a comprehensive new analysis finds a rising number of kindergartners who have not been vaccinated. Start your day with the news you need from the Bay Area and beyond. Sign up for our new Morning Report weekday newsletter. In a report… Read More

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