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Morning Rundown: Mystery surrounds company at center of Graceland battle, Utah grief author breaks silence in husband's fatal poisoning, and the Trump campaign takes hands-on approach to GOP platform

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  • Humanitarian situation ‘deteriorates by the hour across Gaza,’ Red Cross spokesperson says

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  • New Oct. 7 video appears to show Hamas abducting Israeli women

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  • Uvalde families announce lawsuit against Texas police and school officials

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  • Judge temporarily halts Graceland auction

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  • At least 2 dead, more wounded, after Pennsylvania workplace shooting

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  • Ireland, Spain and Norway say they will recognize Palestinian state

    03:59
  • Disease experts predict a small rise in Covid-19 cases this summer

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Nation’s largest reservoir expected to be hit with strict water limits amid widespread drought

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The federal government is expected to announce a tier one water shortage in Lake Mead, the country’s largest reservoir, forcing Arizona and Nevada to cut back on water usage as early as next year. NBC News’ Josh Lederman breaks down how residents and farmers are reacting to the announcement and whether more reservoirs across the country could also see major cutbacks.