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Russian President Vladimir Putin, left, meets with representatives of the Crimean Tatar communities in the Bocharov Ruchei residence in the Black Sea resort of Sochi, Russia, Friday, May 16, 2014. (AP Photo/RIA-Novosti, Mikhail Klimentyev, Presidential Press Service)

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South Korean President Park Geun-hye weeps while delivering a speech to the nation about the sunken ferry Sewol at the presidential Blue House in Seoul, South Korea, Monday, May 19, 2014. South Korea's president said Monday she will push to disband the coast guard in the wake of last month's ferry disaster that left more than 300 people dead or missing, calling its rescue operations after the disaster a failure. (AP Photo/Yonhap, Ahn Jung-won)
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In this photo combination, Carol Kawaykla salvages items at her tornado-ravaged home on May 23, 2013, in Moore, Okla., top, and Kawaykla stands for a photo in her new home near the same area on May 7, 2014, bottom. Kawaykla said she misses some personal items lost in the tornado, but is more concerned with safety of children in schools during storms. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)
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FILE - In this Oct. 19, 2009 file photo, the AT&T logo is on display at a RadioShack store in Gloucester, Mass. AT&T says it is buying DirecTV for $95 per share, or $49 billion, a move that gives the telecommunications company a larger base of video subscribers and increases its ability to compete against Comcast and Time Warner Cable, which agreed to a merger in February. (AP Photo/Lisa Poole, File)
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In this Sunday, May 18, 2014 photo released by China's Xinhua News Agency, passenger ships Wuzhishan, center, and Tongguling, left, are moored before setting sail to Vietnam , at Xiuying port in Haikou, capital of south China's Hainan Province. A port official said the two Chinese passenger ships have arrived at a central Vietnamese port to evacuate Chinese nationals following deadly rioting last week. The official said the boats with a capacity of 1,000 passengers each arrived at Vung Ang early Monday, May 19. (AP Photo/Xinhua, Wei Hua) NO SALES
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In this Aug. 30, 2013 photo, Pauline King cares for her husband Jerry King at their home in Anna, Ill. Jerry was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 1978. He can no longer go to the bathroom, bathe or dress himself without assistance from Pauline. You promise in sickness and in health, but a new poll shows becoming a caregiver to a frail spouse causes more stress than having to care for Mom, Dad or even the in-laws. Americans count on their families to care for them as they get older, with good reason: Half of people 40 and over already have been caregivers to relatives or friends, the poll found. (AP Photo/Stephen Lance Dennee)
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In an image from video provided by NASA, the SpaceX commercial cargo ship Dragon prepares to leave the International Space Station on Sunday, May 18, 2014. The Dragon capsule was bringing back 3,500 pounds of gear, with splashdown planned in the Pacific Ocean, about 300 miles offshore from Mexico's Baja California peninsula. It's the only supply ship capable of safely returning items. The astronauts released it using the International Space Station's big robot arm. (AP Photo/NASA)
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Darrell Uhls, left, shakes hans with Kentucky Republican senatorial candidate Mitch McConnell during a campaign stop Saturday, May 17, 2014, at the Tanglewood Farms Restaurant in Franklin, Ky. (AP Photo/Timothy D. Easley)
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FILE - In this Feb. 24, 1988 file photo, Michael Jackson leans, points and sings, dances and struts during the opening performance of his 13-city U.S. tour, in Kansas City, Mo. The owners of technology used to create holograms of deceased celebrities on Thursday May 15, 2014, sued Jackson's estate and the producers of Sunday's Billboard Music Awards trying to block any use of their technology to generate a Jackson hologram during the show. (AP Photo/Cliff Schiappa, file)
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In this May 15, 2014 photo, “Yooper,” one of the 150 new words appearing in Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary and the company's free online database appears on page 1454 of the printed edition of the dictionary in New York. The term refers to native or longtime residents of the Michigan’s Lake Superior region known for a distinctive manner of speaking and its Scandinavian roots. Many of the other new words and terms stem from digital life and social media; spoiler alert; hashtag; selfie and tweep, while others are food driven, including pho and turducken, a boneless chicken stuffed with a boneless duck stuffed with a boneless turkey. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

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

1. PUTIN ORDERS TROOPS NEAR UKRAINE BORDER TO RETURN HOME

The Russian president had previously claimed that the 40,000 troops had been withdrawn, but the U.S. and NATO saw no sign of that.

2. SOUTH KOREAN PRESIDENT PUSHES FOR DISBANDING COAST GUARD

The leader, who took responsibility for the sunken ferry disaster, also wants to root out industry corruption that many say caused the accident that claimed 284 lives.

3. MOORE, OKLAHOMA: A YEAR SINCE THE TORNADO, IN PHOTOS

The halting recovery is seen in a series of AP photos that look at sites the day after the twister, and how the reconstruction is coming along.

4. WHY AT&T IS BUYING DIRECTV

With the acquisition, the nation’s largest mobile carrier will be able to deliver premium content across platforms: television, computers, smartphones and tablets.

5. CHINESE SHIPS ARRIVE IN VIETNAM TO EVACUATE WORKERS

Tensions between Beijing and its neighbor have risen after rioters targeted Chinese workers and factories because of the territorial dispute in the South China Sea.

6. 'IN SICKNESS AND IN HEALTH’ IS HARDER THAN IT SOUNDS

Poll finds caring for an ailing spouse is more stressful than caring for parents, or even in-laws.

7. SPACE STATION CARGO SHIP RETURNS TO EARTH

SpaceX Dragon brings back nearly 2 tons of science experiments and old equipment for NASA.

8. HOW TEA PARTY LOSSES STILL SHAPE ELECTIONS

Tuesday’s high-profile primary elections may see tea party Republicans losing individual races but nonetheless tugging the GOP rightward.

9. POP ROYALTY HAILED AT BILLBOARD MUSIC AWARDS

A hologram of Michael Jackson brings many to tears, while Justin Timberlake takes home seven awards and Jennifer Lopez becomes the first woman to win the icon award.

10. WHICH NEW WORDS WERE ADDED TO THE DICTIONARY

You can, at last, find out what a “Yooper” is by checking Merriam Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary. And if you still don’t know what a turducken is, that’s in there too.

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