Alberto is now a tropical depression, but forecasters warn the storm's danger is not over as it continues to dump heavy rain across parts of the Southeast. We get the latest from the director and chief meteorologist of the Florida Public Radio Emergency Network. Also, students are returning to Santa Fe High School in Texas for the first time since the mass shooting there less than two weeks ago. Ten people were killed, including Cynthia Tisdale, a substitute teacher who had been teaching an art class when the shooting began. She was also a full-time caregiver for her husband, diagnosed with a life-threatening lung disease. And former North Korean spy chief Kim Yong Chol is on his way to New York to resume negotiations for an on-again, off-again presidential-level summit in June. We learn more about him, and what might be next for the summit, from a Korea analyst for the Wilson Center. That and more, in hour one of Here & Now's May 29, 2018 full broadcast.
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