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Rev. Dr. Rob Schenck, of Faith and Action, right, prays in front of the Supreme Court with Raymond Moore, center and Patty Bills, both also of Faith and Action, during a news conference, Monday, May 5, 2014, in Washington, after speaking in favor of the ruling by the court's conservative majority that was a victory for the town of Greece, N.Y., outside of Rochester. A narrowly divided Supreme Court upheld decidedly Christian prayers at the start of local council meetings on Monday, declaring them in line with long national traditions though the country has grown more religiously diverse. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)

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Monks march during a Buddhist ceremony for cherishing the memory of the deceased and the missing passengers of the sunken ferry Sewol, at a port in Jindo, south of Seoul, South Korea, Tuesday, May 6, 2014. A civilian diver involved in searches for dozens of missing people from the ferry disaster died Tuesday, as other divers helped by better weather and easing ocean currents were picking up efforts to retrieve more bodies from the sunken ship. (AP Photo/Yonhap)
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FILE - This March 22, 2013, file photo, shows exterior of the Internal Revenue Service building in Washington. As the United States attempts to punish Russia for its actions in Ukraine, the Treasury Department is deploying an economic weapon that could prove to be more costly than sanctions: the Internal Revenue Service. This summer, the U.S. plans to start using a new anti-tax evasion law that will make it much more expensive for Russian banks to do business in America. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh, File)
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In this photo made on Thursday, May 1, 2014, Damascus Opera House director Lama Sallouh walks through the empty theater in Damascus, Syria. Two art students were killed and five others were wounded when a mortar landed outside the Opera building in April 2014.(AP Photo/Dusan Vranic)
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Wayne Winkler, who suffered burns to 12 percent of his body when butane fumes ignited while he was making hash oil at home, pets his dog Bailey, in his living room, in Denver, May 1, 2014. Winkler agreed to talk to The Associated Press to send a message that making hash oil at home is highly dangerous. Since marijuana became legal on Jan. 1, the state has seen nearly three dozen explosions caused by people making pot concentrates at home, and authorities are grappling with what to do about it. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)
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In this Thursday, May 1, 2014, photo, Eli Shukron, an archeologist formerly with Israel's Antiquities Authority, walks in the City of David archaeological site near Jerusalem's Old City. Shukron, who excavated at the site for nearly two decades, says he believes there is strong evidence that it is the legendary citadel captured by King David in his conquest of Jerusalem, rekindling a longstanding academic and political debate about using the Bible as a field guide to identifying ancient ruins. (AP Photo/Sebastian Scheiner)
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FILE - In this file photo from Feb. 11, 2014, State Sen. Charlie Jansssen of Fremont, third left, Jeremy Jensen, center, and John Wiegert, second right, celebrate in Fremont, Neb., after city voters have decided by voting no, to uphold the law designed to bar immigrants from renting homes if they don’t have legal permission to be in the U.S. On Monday, May 5, 2014, the U.S. Supreme Court decided not to review Fremont's ordinance that bans renting homes to immigrants living in the country illegally. Supporters of the ordinance said it could open the door to similar laws elsewhere. (AP Photo/Nati Harnik, File)
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Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Tuesday:

1. SUPREME COURT: PRAYERS BEFORE GOVERNMENT MEETINGS CONSTITUTIONAL

Writing for the majority, Justice Anthony Kennedy says the prayers should be seen as ceremonial and in keeping with the nation’s traditions.

2. SOUTH KOREA FERRY DISASTER CLAIMS ANOTHER VICTIM

A civilian diver involved in searching for dozens of missing people is pulled to the surface by fellow divers after losing communication for about five minutes. He later dies at a hospital.

3. HOW WASHINGTON’S BEST MEASURE AGAINST RUSSIA MAY NOT BE SANCTIONS

A new IRS regulation that goes into effect this summer would penalize Russian banks with a 30% levy on U.S. investments, leaving Moscow’s investors with a huge tax bill.

4. SYRIA’S OPERA HOUSE TARGETED BY MORTARS

The symbol of the Assad family’s rule was once the center of the Damascus performing arts scene. Now it has become a target for the country’s armed opposition.

5. SPY PLANE BLAMED FOR AIRPORT SHUTDOWN

Data from a U-2 spy plane’s flight plan, that confused aircraft-tracking software, caused the shutdown of the primary air traffic control system around Los Angeles, the FAA says.

6. DON’T TRY THIS AT HOME

Some in Colorado are finding pot smoking can be a blast–especially when you try to make hash oil in a homemade lab. The number of explosions has jumped since marijuana was legalized.

7. WHY AN ARCHAELOGICAL FIND IS CAUSING A BIBLICAL STIR IN ISRAEL

The possible discovery of King David’s citadel in an Arab neighborhood in Jerusalem causes political tensions to rise and renews the controversy over using the Bible as an archaeological guide.

8. NEBRASKA CITY CAN BAR RENTALS TO UNDOCUMENTED IMMIGRANTS

The Supreme Court lets stand a ruling that found Fremont ordinance doesn’t discriminate against Latinos or interfere with federal immigration laws.

9. CRONUT INVENTOR NAMED NATION’S TOP PASTRY CHEF

New York’s Dominique Ansel who invented the croissant-doughnut hybrid dessert that went viral last year won the top honor at the James Beard Foundation Awards.

10. WHO’S STRUTTING THEIR STUFF IN NYC

Stars of Hollywood and the fashion world converge on the Metropolitan art museum for the biggest night on the New York fashion calendar.

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