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A street in Miami flooded during a high tide in 2018. A new report confirms that the number of days with high-tide flooding is increasing in many U.S. cities as sea levels rise. Wilfredo Lee/AP hide caption

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High-Tide Flooding On The Rise, Especially Along The East Coast, Forecasters Warn

As sea levels rise, coastal flooding that used to happen only during storms is increasingly occurring on sunny days. That has local officials reconsidering everything from zoning to police budgets.

Jason Greenblatt (left) and Jared Kushner attended a Middle East peace meeting in February in Warsaw, Poland. Sean Gallup/Getty Images hide caption

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White House Adviser: On Mideast Peace Plan, 'We Are Aiming For The Home Run'

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A street in Miami flooded during a high tide in 2018. A new report confirms that the number of days with high-tide flooding is increasing in many U.S. cities as sea levels rise. Wilfredo Lee/AP hide caption

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High-Tide Flooding On The Rise, Especially Along The East Coast, Forecasters Warn

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President Trump signed an executive order Wednesday proposing to change how kidney disease is treated in the United States. It encourages in-home dialysis and more kidney donations. Nicholas Kamm/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Trump Administration Announces Plans To Shake Up The Kidney Care Industry

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"I'm trying to keep hope, because everyone is leaving, bro," says Ahmad Hikmat, Content Director of Capital FM in Khartoum. "I am losing my team one by one." Yasuyoshi Chiba/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Once A Symbol Of Freedom, Sudan's Pop Radio Station Has Fallen Almost Silent

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Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell speaks during a news conference on May 1 in Washington, D.C. He is testifying before Congress this week about economic challenges. Mark Wilson/Getty Images hide caption

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Fed Chairman Powell Hints At Interest Rate Cut; Stocks Rally

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TikTok, the social media app where Lil Nas X first found popularity, now has over 500 million users globally. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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What TikTok's Explosion Could Mean For Music

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