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Delaware, US

Coast Guard assisting search for man in Delaware River - 6abc

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Delaware, US

#BREAKING: #USCG Station Indian River Inlet #rescues 5 people from sinking boat. https://t.co/C3hrYIc4cs https://t.co/GXSc6IUe3J - @uscgmidatlantic

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Delaware, US

Severe thunderstorm watch issued for parts of north Virginia, northeast West Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, south New Jersey and southeast Pennsylvania until 9 pm ET - Weather Channel

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Delaware, US

#BREAKING: Officials have recovered the vehicle that was missing in the Delaware River since 3:00 A.M. this morning https://t.co/nhdgR5uw65 - @FOX29philly

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Delaware, US

#BREAKING: Officials search for missing vehicle in the Delaware River https://t.co/7DGxAPf9jy https://t.co/SA4nmhDvLM - @FOX29philly

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Delaware, US

An offshore Atlantic storm expected to threaten beach-goers along the US southeastern coast with rough surf this weekend - AccuWeather

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Orlando gay nightclub attack

US Vice President Biden cancels appearance at event for Debbie Wasserman Schultz in Miami; will remain in Delaware before traveling to Washington, DC, this evening - @ArletteSaenz

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Delaware, US

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton unveils 21-state lawsuit accusing Delaware of swiping $400 million in unclaimed checks - Dallas Morning News

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Delaware, US

Delaware National Guard headquarters to unveil Beau Biden signs on Memorial Day - AP

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Student killed at Wilmington, Del., high school, April 29, 2016

3 students charged in the death of a 16-year-old girl at a Delaware high school - FOX29

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Delaware, US

#BREAKING: UPDATE: Police ID Delaware teen who died after being struck by car: https://t.co/BJFBdNnDLw https://t.co/fua3psSnnd - @NBCPhiladelphia

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2016 US elections

Editor's note: All of tonight's U.S. presidential primary races have been called by media outlets. Hillary Clinton is projected to win the Democratic contests in Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland and Pennsylvania, and Bernie Sanders is projected to win in Rhode Island. On the GOP side, Donald Trump is projected to win all five states. - Stephanie

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2016 US elections

GOP candidate Donald Trump says he considers himself the presumptive nominee after projected wins in Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island primaries

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Editor's note: The Connecticut Democratic primary is the only remaining contest that media outlets have not called tonight. With 46 percent reporting, Bernie Sanders leads Hillary Clinton, 50-48 percent, in the state according to AP. Clinton is projected to win Delaware, Maryland and Pennsylvania. Sanders is projected to win Rhode Island. In the GOP race, Donald Trump is projected to take all five states. - Stephanie

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Editor's note: Donald Trump is projected to win all five of tonight's Republican primaries. Hillary Clinton is projected to win the Democratic primaries in Delaware and Maryland, but no calls have been made yet in the party's Connecticut, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island contests. - Stephanie

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Democrat Hillary Clinton, Republican Donald Trump projected to win Delaware primaries - NBC News, ABC News

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Editor's note: NBC News said it projects Republican Donald Trump won Pennsylvania, Maryland and Connecticut "by a significant margin." The network had the same characterization for Democrat Hillary Clinton's win in Maryland. The race between Clinton and Bernie Sanders has not been called in Pennsylvania, where the most Democratic delegates are at stake Tuesday night. We're also watching results from Delaware and Rhode Island. - Stephanie

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2016 US elections

Upcoming: Primary polls close in Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island at 8 p.m. ET. We'll be watching the results and will stream the Democratic and Republican candidates' speeches.

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Editor's note: Five Northeastern states – Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island – vote today in their respective presidential primaries; the Democrats have the biggest bounty of the day with 462 delegates, while Republicans will hand out 172. Republican frontrunner Donald Trump is poised to sweep all five states, while Democrat Hillary Clinton is favored to win most or all of Tuesday's contests. Also in Maryland, a dozen Democratic candidates are competing to replace Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, who opted not to run for re-election in the wake of last year's Freddie Gray protests, saying she wanted to spend the remainder of her term "focused on the city's future." State Sen. Catherine Pugh currently leads the race, according to recent polling. We'll be following these races and more all day, so be sure to follow our feed for the latest updates. - Rebecca

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Delaware, US

#BREAKING: Memorial service scheduled for teen girl who died after Del. school fight: https://t.co/MQGvOJrdwm? https://t.co/QBOgKDxLrF - @NBCPhiladelphia

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