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U.S. President Barack Obama waves upon his arrival for two-day visit at Osan Air Base in Pyeongtaek, south of Seoul, South Korea, Friday, April 25, 2014. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)

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FILE - Col. Elspeth Ritchie, a doctor in the Office of the Army Surgeon General, discusses efforts to study and understand suicide among American soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan, in this May 29, 2008 file photo, during a news conference at the Pentagon. The Pentagon plans to release a report Friday April 25, 2014on military suicides. But those numbers differ a bit from the totals provided by the services because of complicated accounting changes in how the department counts suicides by reservists. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File)
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In this Nov. 6, 2013 photo, a North Korean woman works in a cabbage field, north east from the capital Pyongyang during cabbage harvesting season across the country. (AP Photo/David Guttenfelder)
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FILE - In this April 1, 2014, file photo, Northwestern football coach Pat Fitzgerald speaks at a news conference after his football team participated in an NCAA college spring practice in Evanston, Ill. Northwestern football players will cast secret ballots Friday, April 25, 2014, on whether to form the nation’s first union for college athletes, a potentially landmark vote that will, however, be kept sealed for weeks or months, and possibly years. There has been plenty of lobbying in the form private meetings, calls and emails, and everyone from coach Pat Fitzgerald to NCAA President Mark Emmert has called for a “no” vote. (AP Photo/M. Spencer Green, File)
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In this photo taken on Friday, April 18, 2014, Guy Relford, an attorney specializing in gun rights, poses outside his law office in Carmel, Ind. Redford is also the owner and instructor at Tactical Firearms Training teaching firearm safety as well as a comprehensive Indiana gun law course. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy)
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Rancher Cliven Bundy speaks at a news conference near Bunkerville, Nev., Thursday, April 24, 2014. Bundy, a Nevada rancher who became a conservative folk hero for standing up to the government in a fight over grazing rights, lost some of his staunch defenders Thursday after wondering aloud whether blacks might have had it better under slavery. (AP Photo/Las Vegas Review-Journal, John Locher)
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This undated photo provided by his family shows Dr. Jerry Umanos in Afghanistan. Umanos was one of three physicians killed Thursday, April 24, 2014, when an Afghan security guard opened fire on a group of foreign doctors at a hospital in Kabul, Afghanistan. (AP Photo/Family Photo)
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In this photo taken April 17, 2014, in the central Jamaican city of May Pen, Sevina Giderisingh holds a picture of her dead son, Alphanso. The 20-year-old was shot dead by a policeman in a confrontation on the dusty outskirts of this struggling city a few days after graduating from high school. Jamaica’s security forces have long been accused of indiscriminate shootings and unlawful killings. But 27 police officers, including eight in May Pen, now face charges of murder brought by an investigative commission probing abuse allegations against Jamaica’s security forces. (AP Photo/David McFadden)
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Michael Phelps competes in the 100-meter butterfly final during the Arena Grand Prix, Thursday, April 24, 2014, in Mesa, Ariz. Ryan Lochte won, and Phelps finished in second place. He was competing for the first time since the 2012 London Olympics. (AP Photo/Matt York)

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:

1. OBAMA FINDS HIMSELF IN FAMILIAR ROLE

He'll again be the consoler-in-chief while visiting South Korea, a nation in mourning for the ferry sinking victims.

2. NUMBER OF U.S. MILITARY SUICIDES IS DOWN

But at the same time, there's an increase in Army National Guard and Reserve members who take their own lives.

3. REPORT DESCRIBES AID TO NORTH KOREA DRYING UP

International donors are sending their money to countries with less political baggage, and many rural children are poorly nourished. NKOREA-DONOR FATIGUE

4. NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL PLAYERS VOTING ON UNION

The results of the vote will be sealed during appeals – and that process could take weeks, months or even years.

5. WHO'S SPEAKING AT NRA'S ANNUAL CONVENTION

Several potential Republican presidential candidates are on tap, at a time when the gun lobby may be stronger than ever.

6. NEVADA RANCHER LOSES SOME SUPPORTERS

Republican politicians who had rallied around Cliven Bundy for standing up to the feds are now backing away after his comments about blacks and slavery.

7. HOW PEOPLE REMEMBER CHICAGO DOCTOR SLAIN IN KABUL

Relatives say Dr. Jerry Umanos – one of three Americans shot to death at a hospital – loved Afghanistan and was dedicated to helping needy kids everywhere.

8. WHERE FATAL SHOOTINGS BY POLICE ARE UNDER SCRUTINY

After an unprecedented investigation, 27 officers across Jamaica are facing murder charges.

9. U.S. HEALTH WATCHDOGS APPROVE ALTERNATIVE TO PAP SMEAR

The decision means drugmaker Roche can now market the genetic test as an option for cervical cancer screening.

10. PHELPS LAUNCHES COMEBACK, PLACES 2ND IN 100-METER BUTTERFLY

Up next for the 18-time Olympic gold medalist, who specializes in middle and longer distances, is the 50-meter freestyle – a sprinting event.

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