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10 FOR TODAY: Tuesday, April 28

Your daily look at the stories that will be talked about today.

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Nepalis dig through quake rubble for survivors, death toll climbs

International aid has finally begun arriving in the Himalayan nation of 28 million people, as experts warn the death toll could top 10,000.

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Baltimore mayor criticized for riot response

Hundreds were arrested and dozens injured, as looters broke into businesses and set more than 100 fires.

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Divided Supreme Court wrestles with gay marriage

The ruling, due by the end of June, will determine whether same-sex marriage will be legal nationwide.

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Today in entertainment history: April 28

A look back on the Hollywood headlines that have made history.

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WATCH: The ‘perfect’ body

A blogger and personal trainer takes on the cyber bullies who criticize her appearance, altering herself in response to their comments. But does she like what she sees?

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Chrissy Teigen is done airbrushing

The model doesn't use technology to cover up her blemishes in photos she posts online because she wants young girls to realize that even classic beauties are not perfect.

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Northwestern Energy Emergency Number Not Operating

A fiber optic line was cut, affecting service.

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Firefighters Fighting Howard Fire

No one was injured in the fire.

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Wimbledon latest sporting event to ban ‘selfie sticks’

Tennis fans: Leave your selfie stick at home.

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Sandra Bullock’s son has no idea his mom is a superstar

Five-year-old Louis doesn't know his mom is an international movie star.

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Nonsense karaoke with Chris Pratt and Jimmy Fallon

The "Guardians of the Galaxy" star takes on the "Tonight Show" host in a battle of who can best butcher a song.

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Hundreds of cinemas refuse to show ‘Avengers’ film

Theaters in Germany are refusing to show the much-anticipated sequel in a dispute with Disney.

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Boston bomber’s lawyer urges ‘unrelenting punishment’ over death

Convicted bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's lawyers are urging jurors to reject the death penalty, saying "no punishment could ever be equal to the terrible effects of these crimes."

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PHOTOS: Nepal earthquake

Rescue and relief efforts are underway after a devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal on Saturday.

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Death toll climbs as Nepal scrambles to organize quake relief

Thousands began fleeing the capital Kathmandu on Monday after two days of powerful aftershocks and shortages of food and water.

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Judge rules Pink is appropriate for kids

A judge rejected a complaint from a father who says his ex-wife abused her parental discretion by taking their daughter to a Pink concert.

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Eric Paslay is a married man

The "Friday Night" singer and his girlfriend Natalie Harker exchanged vows on Sunday.

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Presley’s planes to remain at Graceland

The Lisa Marie and Hound Dog II, which have been on display at the mansion in Memphis since 1984, were set to be removed.

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Cannibuster is the ‘breathalyzer’ for pot

Two Ohio grad students have developed a device they say will detect pot use.

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Aaron Hernandez has a new, mystery tattoo

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NFL: Another lawsuit filed against the league

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