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  • No Nuclear Agreement: President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un left their summit meeting in Vietnam early, without reaching a deal. Trump said that North Korea wanted all sanctions removed before it would dismantle all nuclear weapons and that’s something he said the U.S. wouldn’t agree to. He told reporters, “Sometimes you have to walk and this was just one of those times.” Read more here.

  • Cohen Under Oath: Michael Cohen testified in front of Congress for five hours. He said President Trump lied to the public about his business interests in Russia, lied about his knowledge of stolen DNC emails, and told Cohen to lie about hush money payments to cover up affairs. Watch the key moments here.

  • Cohen: What it Means: Cohen offered multiple bombshell allegations from his decade-long work for Trump but few that had not otherwise been reported in the media. It’s unclear if his testimony changes the implications for the various legal inquiries facing the president. Read more here.

  • India-Pakistan: Pakistan closed all of its airspace amid rising tensions with India. Thousands of flights worldwide were disrupted due to the closure, which affected the major route between Europe and Southeast Asia. An Indian fighter pilot being held in Pakistan after his plane was shot down has become the focal point of the escalating crisis. Read more here.

  • California Flooding: Rivers have overflowed in northern California after days of relentless rain. While hundreds fled Sonoma County, about two thousand have so far refused to do so. The National Guard was deployed to the towns of Monte Rio and Guerneville, which have been cut off by rising waters and effectively turned into islands. Read more here.

  • Rent Control: Oregon is about to become the first state in the country to impose limits on how much landlords can raise rents. The new law will limit rent increases to 7 percent plus inflation for most tenants statewide. Oregon is one of many states that has seen rents skyrocket while wages have remained flat. In Portland, the median rent is up 30 percent since 2011. Read more here.

  • Weight Watchers Crash: WW, the company formerly known as Weight Watchers, had one of its worst days of trading ever on Wednesday after a dismal earnings report. At one point, Oprah ー who owns 8 percent of the company ー personally lost nearly $60 million on paper. Read more here.

  • Aloha Southwest: Southwest Airlines has gotten the green light from the FAA to fly from California to Hawaii. The low-cost airline will be competing with Delta and American Airlines among others. The company is expected to announce timing of tickets sales and the first flights in the coming days. Read more here.

  • Gaga on Cooper: Lady Gaga has responded to social media speculation over her relationship with Bradley Cooper following their performance at the Oscars. During an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel, the late-night host told her people thought they must be in love; she replied: “That’s what we wanted you to see.” Read more here.

  • 90210: Beverly Hills, 90210 is making a comeback: a new series, titled 90210 will air on Fox this summer. Jason Priestley, Jennie Garth, Ian Ziering, Gabrielle Carteris, Brian Austin Green, and Tori Spelling are all coming back. Shannen Doherty’s status is still not clear. Read more here.

  • Smallest Boy: The smallest baby boy in the world is finally home. The boy weighed less than 9.5 ounces ー about half a pound ー when he was born by C-section last summer in Japan. Doctors were worried he would not survive, but were able to nurse him to 7 pounds. Read more here.

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