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May 26, 2017
World Headlines
Egypt Coptic Christians killed in bus attack Gunmen opened fire on the bus in Minya province, south of Cairo, as it headed to a monastery.
G7 summit agrees on countering terrorism but not climate change The summit in Sicily is the first attended by President Trump, with clear differences on display.
'Progress' in Manchester bomb inquiry Police say they have "got hold of a large part" of a Manchester terror network.
Lifting Argentine lemon ban will cost U.S. growers
'We get nailed,' a California citrus trade group says.
05/26/2017: The South is growing quickly
The Census Bureau has released a list of the fastest-growing large cities, and many are concentrated in the South. We'll take a look at which places are getting a bit more crowded and what makes them so appealing. Afterwards, we'll talk about what President Trump's budget cuts could mean for the future food stamps, and then examine how the oil industry is incorporating high-tech in many of its roles.
Proposed cuts to SNAP target families of more than six people
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