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May 5, 7:39 AM EDT

10 Things to Know for Today

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

1. ISLAMIC STATE GROUP WAGING SCORCHED EARTH CAMPAIGN

Two months after the liberation of Ramadi, the AP learns that the city remains too devastated and full of explosive booby traps for former residents to return.

2. NORTH KOREA'S ELITE GATHER IN PYONGYANG FOR BIGGEST POLITICAL CONFERENCE IN DECADES

Foreign experts say Kim Jong Un will likely use the meeting to push his expansion of a nuclear arsenal that already worries his neighbors and Washington.

3. WHY TRUMP'S PROMISE TO RESTORE COAL-MINING JOBS MIGHT BE HARD TO KEEP

To do so, he would, if elected, have to undo regulations and reverse the power market's embrace of cheap natural gas.

4. WOMAN FOUND A LIVE SIX DAYS AFTER BUILDING COLLAPSED IN KENYA

Rescuers are creating room to release the woman, who has been given oxygen and is speaking to medics waiting to treat her.

5. US MOVING TO RETURN RIGHT OF CONSUMERS TO SUE BANKS

The nation's financial regulator proposes a ban on clauses found in almost every credit card agreement, mortgage, bank account and other financial product.

6. WHAT'S TO BLAME FOR RAGING WILDFIRES IN CANADIAN CITY OF FORT MCMURRAY

Unseasonably hot temperatures combined with dry conditions have transformed the forest in much of Alberta into a tinder box.

7. MUSLIM JOURNALIST INFILTRATES FRENCH ISLAMIC STATE CELL WITH HIDDEN CAMERA

The documentary takes an extraordinary inside look at the group, which was dismantled in the final stages of planning an attack.

8. AS OBAMA'S TERM WINDS DOWN, 'OBAMACARE' LOSING ADHERENTS

Many Democrats are finding less to like about the president's health care law, unsure about its place among their party's achievements.

9. WHICH LIVESTREAM SHOW IS BIG HIT IN SOUTH KOREA

The stars of the latest online TV sensation in the country are stray cats, eating food left out for them as viewers sit enraptured by their feline charms.

10. CLEVELAND SETS NBA RECORD FOR 3-POINTERS

The Cavaliers pour in 25 3s - the most in any game, regular or postseason - in a runaway win over the Atlanta Hawks in Game 2 of their playoff series.

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