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Some of the oldest farmland in America is on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. But as sea levels rise, saltwater is killing crops and threatening a way of life.

New Hampshire parents who are trying to overcome opioid abuse face a ticking clock and limited state resources to try to keep their parental rights.

Student-led demonstrations calling for an end to gun violence gained traction after the shooting at a Parkland, Fla. high school. As the year ends, here's a look at how the movement has gone.

People gathered in cities across the country on Friday to protest the Trump administration's policy of separating immigrant parents and children at the Southern border.

President Trump says his summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is back on for June 12 in Singapore. The announcement follows a White House meeting with Kim's top deputy Kim Yong Chol.

The economy gained a stronger-than-expected 223,000 jobs and the unemployment rate edged down to an 18-year low. President Trump hinted at a strong report more than an hour before its release.

Employers added 223,000 jobs in May as hiring showed a healthy pickup from the prior month. President Trump created controversy by tweeting beforehand that he looked forward to the report coming out.

It's an infamous scene: Juan Romero, then a teenager, attends to Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, who had just been shot at LA's Ambassador Hotel. He reflects on his brief time with RFK 50 years ago.

One 51-year-old woman has been living on the streets for two years. "I've been raped, I've been stabbed, it's been hard out here for me," she says.

"There's a big risk for the North Koreans in telegraphing too much to their own people ahead of time," says Martyn Williams, who monitors North Korean TV. "So what they do," he says, "is wait."

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