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Guatemala’s Fuego volcano erupts, killing at least 25:

Guatemala’s Fuego volcano erupted for the second time this year, killing at least 25 people and leaving dazed residents covered in ash as they searched for loved ones.

The volcanic eruption Sunday spewed a river of red, hot lava and belched thick clouds of smoke nearly six miles into the air, according to the CONRED, the government agency for disaster reduction. In addition to the fatalities, 20 others were injured, it said.
Guatemala’s President Jimmy Morales declared three days of national mourning. Survivors described the horror and destruction during the eruption.
“Not everyone escaped, I think they were buried,” Survivor Consuelo Hernandez said. “We saw the lava was pouring through the corn fields and we ran towards a hill.”
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Melania Trump expected to attend Gold Star event at White House:

First lady Melania Trump is expected to attend a White House event on Monday evening to honor Gold Star families, her spokeswoman, Stephanie Grisham, confirms to CNN.

Although the President and Mrs. Trump hosted a similar event last year, the attendance of the first lady at this year’s reception will mark the first time she has participated in an official event, either alone or by her husband’s side, since May 10 when the first couple greeted freed American prisoners upon their return to Andrews Air Force Base following captivity in North Korea.
Four days later, the first lady entered Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, for what her spokeswoman described as a benign kidney procedure. Trump remained hospitalized for five nights following the procedure, returning to the White House on May 19.
Since then, Trump has not been seen in public, nor did she join the President, his children Donald Trump Jr., and Tiffany Trump, daughter and adviser Ivanka Trump, and son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner, at Camp David this weekend.
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Tristan Thompson Asked About Officials After Game 2: ‘I’m Over the Referee S–t’:

Tristan Thompson isn’t leaning on officiating as an excuse for the Cleveland Cavaliers’ 2-0 NBA Finals deficit against the Golden State Warriors.

“I’m over the referee s–t,” Thompson told reporters following the Cavaliers’ 122-103 Game 2 loss at Oracle Arena on Sunday night. “At the end of the day, if you don’t give effort and you don’t play hard, you’re never going to give yourself a chance to win.

“At the end of the day, you control what you can control. Just go out and play. Go out and play. Miss or make, you think you got fouled, you think it’s a travel, you got to get back on defense and communicate. And that’s what Golden State wants. They want you to hang back, complain to the refs and complain cuz they’re gonna come down and knock a three in your face. We can’t be worried about that.

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Chris Christie: ‘Outrageous claim’ that Trump cannot obstruct justice:

Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie knocked the claim from Donald Trump’s legal team that, by nature of his office, the President cannot obstruct justice and could simply shut down the Russia investigation altogether.

“It’s an outrageous claim, it’s wrong,” the former Republican governor said on ABC News’ “This Week.”
Christie, who was a former federal prosecutor before becoming governor, added that Trump’s legal team “was trying to make a broad argument.”

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Many women with common breast cancer can safely skip chemo, study says:

About 70% of women diagnosed with the early stages of one of the most common forms of breast cancer might not need chemotherapy as part of treatment, according to the results of a long-awaited study presented at the American Society of Clinical Oncology meeting in Chicago Sunday.

The study, published Sunday in the New England Journal of Medicine, analyzed how well a widely used genetic test assessed cancer risk, based on 21 genes linked with breast cancer recurrence.

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