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The White House says North Korea will need to take "concrete steps to denuclearize" before the Trump administration will lift any sanctions. Press Secretary Sarah Sanders told reporters yesterday President Trump has made it clear the U.S. will continue its campaign of maximum pressure on the North.        Ninety-three-year-old former President George H.W. Bush is said to be responding to treatment for an infection that spread to his blood. A statement from the 41st president's spokesman says Bush was admitted to Houston Methodist Hospital on Sunday and is in the intensive care unit.        Police in Toronto have arrested a man accused of killing at least ten people by driving a van down the sidewalk along one of the busiest streets in Canada. There's no word on a possible motive for the 25-year-old driver. Witnesses say it looked like the man was trying to run down people as he drove 35-40 miles an hour on the sidewalk.        Arizona Senator John McCain's wife says the 81-year-old Republican is out of the hospital. The six-term senator was recovering from surgery for an intestinal infection. McCain has been in Arizona since December while being treated for brain cancer.       A Texas Appeals Court is throwing out a state law against "revenge porn." The 2015 law made it a felony to post "nude or compromising" photos without the consent of the person in the picture, typically an ex after a bad breakup. The 12th Texas Court of Appeals ruled the law violates the First Amendment's protection of free speech.        The Washington Capitals are into the second round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, while the Boston Bruins and Toronto Maple Leafs are headed to a deciding Game Seven. The Caps beat the Blue Jackets 6-3 in Columbus to close out that first-round series in six games. In Toronto, the Maple Leafs turned back the Bruins 3-1 to even the series at three games apiece.