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Trump and Kim sign document committing to ‘work to complete denuclearization of the Korean peninsula:

US President Donald Trump put his extraordinary gamble with North Korea’sKim Jong Un to the test on Tuesday, sitting for unprecedented and surreal talks with the rogue kingdom’s despotic leader in what he hopes will amount to a historic breakthrough.

Photographs of a document signed by Trump and Kim indicate the leaders agreed to “work toward complete denuclearization of the Korean peninsula.”
In exchange, Trump agreed to “provide security guarantees” to North Korea.
The document also indicates the leaders will endeavor to establish “new US-DPRK relations.”

‘America’s Got Talent’ winner Neal E. Boyd dead:

Neal E. Boyd, an opera singer who won NBC’s reality competition series “America’s Got Talent” in 2008, died Sunday, authorities tell CNN. He was 42.

Boyd died at his mother’s house in Sikeston, Missouri on Sunday night, according to Scott County Coroner Scott Amick. He had heart failure, kidney failure and liver problems, the coroner said.
Boyd won Season 3 of “America’s Got Talent,” earning the favor of judges David Hasselhoff, Piers Morgan and Sharon Osbourne with performances of “Somewhere” from “West Side Story” and “Nessun Dorma.”
“We are very saddened to hear that one of our ‘AGT’ family members, Neal E. Boyd, has passed away,” NBC said in a statement via “America’s Got Talent” social channels. “Our hearts are with Neal’s loved ones during this difficult time.”

A New Jersey schoolteacher devoted 45 years to helping students with disabilities. Now she’s leaving them $1 million:

Genevieve Via Cava loved teaching and loved her students. Now, seven years after her death, they are learning just how much.

The teacher in Dumont, New Jersey, devoted 45 years of her life to helping students with learning disabilities. After her retirement in 1990, Via Cava continued to visit the school district for which she worked, checking in on classes and sometimes stopping by the superintendent’s office.
Via Cava died in 2011. And this April, the Dumont Public Schools received something they never expected: a check from her estate for $1 million.
The former educator, who had no children or immediate family of her own, had amassed a small fortune through her exceptional saving habits. She left the astonishing donation in her will to fund scholarships for special education students seeking post-secondary education.

Bode Miller’s 19-Month-Old Daughter Dies After Pool Accident:

The 19-month-old daughter of Olympic skier Bode Miller, Emmy, died Sunday in a hospital after a pool accident Saturday night.

Miller confirmed the death in a statement on Instagram:

“We are beyond devastated. Our baby girl, Emmy, passed away yesterday. Never in a million years did we think we would experience a pain like this. Her love, her light, her spirit will never be forgotten. Our little girl loved life and lived it to it’s fullest everyday. Our family respectfully requests privacy during this painful time.”

CNN’s Cheri Mossburg reported additional details of the situation:

“Orange County firefighters were dispatched to a drowning in Coto de Caza, CA on Saturday evening, where they initiated advanced life support measures on the 19-month old girl.

Four children, suspect found dead after Orlando hostage situation, police say:

One man and four children are dead after an over 20-hour standoff, Orlando Police Chief John Mina said during a press conference Monday.

Mina said officers were in contact with Gary Lindsey Jr., directly and indirectly, by phone throughout the day after he shot an officer Sunday night around 11:45 p.m. and barricaded himself in an apartment with the four children, ages 1, 6, 10 and 11. At one point, Mina said, officers tried to give Lindsey another phone, and during the exchange saw that one of the children was dead.

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