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Tonight, President Trump is hosting the new South Korean president, Moon Jae-in, and his wife at the White House before talks on Friday. The meeting is likely to be challenging because Moon, who is more liberal than his predecessor, Park Geun- hye, favors a more conciliatory approach to North Korea and its unpredictable dictator, Kim Jong Un. Trump, meanwhile, has taken a harder line with the rogue nation, especially in the wake of the death of captured American tourist Otto Warmbier.
Travelers from Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen might want to make sure they can still make it into the U.S. before heading to the airport. That’s because, after months of back and forth between the Trump administration and federal courts, the Supreme Court voted Monday to allow a toned down version of the president’s travel ban, with enforcement permitted to begin today.
Summit Lake had been under an algae advisory since early May, when initial water samples showed toxins were 350 times above the safe level. Thurston County Public Health lifted the toxic algae-related advisory for Summit Lake yesterday.