Nepalese collect water distributed in a tanker in Kathmandu, Nepal, Wednesday, April 29, 2015. While many villages across Nepal affected by Saturday’s earthquake are still waiting for rescue and relief teams, life in the capital, Kathmandu, is slowly returning to normal. (AP Photo/Bernat Amangue) (Bernat Armangue)

10 Things to Know for Today


April 29, 2015 5:45PM (UTC)

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

1. BALTIMORE STREETS QUIET AFTER CURFEW

Movement restrictions ended at 5 a.m. with no reports of disturbances in the early morning hours. The morning rush was getting underway with traffic flowing on most streets downtown.

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2. NEPALESE FAMILY MOURNS 18 LOST IN SINGLE HOUSE COLLAPSE

"I don't know why this happened. But I don't blame anyone," says Shankar Pradhan, who now needs to prepare 18 souls for the Hindu cremation rite.

3. WHO SENDS CLEARER SIGNAL IN 2013 MARRIAGE CASE

Justice Anthony Kennedy leaves little doubt during Supreme Court arguments in 2013 that a part of the federal anti-gay marriage law was doomed.

4. IMMIGRANT REMOVALS CONTINUE TO DECLINE

The Obama administration is on pace to deport the fewest number of immigrants in nearly a decade.

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5. HOW AUSTRALIA REACTS TO INDONESIA EXECUTIONS

Canberra takes the unprecedented retaliation of withdrawing its ambassador after Indonesian authorities executed two Australian drug traffickers.

6. NEW GENERATION ASCENDS IN SAUDI ARABIA

The king removes his half-brother from the post of crown prince, replacing him with his nephew, and elevates his son to the position of deputy crown prince.

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7. WILLIAM AND KATE MARK FOURTH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY WHILE WAITING FOR BIRTH OF SECOND CHILD

Authorities extended parking restrictions at the hospital where the Duchess of Cambridge is expected to give birth as the media and royal fans gather.

8. FOR AFGHANISTAN'S ABANDONED CHILDREN, HELP IS SCARCE

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The country has much of its services devastated by the conflict and has little capacity to care for them.

9. WHAT VIETNAMESE-AMERICANS RECALL SINCE SAIGON FELL

The thousands who fled Vietnam still remember what they lost, but also take the moment to think about what they've gained in the U.S.

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10. BASEBALL RETURNING TO BALTIMORE — BUT WITH A TWIST

After a pair of postponements because of the city's unsettled environment, the White Sox will play the Orioles Wednesday in a game that will be closed to the public.




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