It's Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2019. Let's start here.

1. Maduro's message for Trump

Disputed Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro accused the U.S. government of trying to fabricate a crisis to start a war in South America.

He made the comments in an exclusive interview with ABC News Chief National Affairs Correspondent Tom Llamas, who says Maduro is open to a face-to-face meeting with President Donald Trump.

2. 2nd summit

Trump is set to meet with North Korea's Kim Jong Un this week in Hanoi, Vietnam, as the U.S. continues to push for a complete denuclearization of the Korean peninsula.

After the two leaders' first summit in Singapore, North Korea has barely budged on dismantling its nuclear program, and the Trump administration is facing pressure to deliver results.

"There is some hope for some kind of an interim agreement where the North Koreans would begin to take some potentially significant steps towards scaling back and eventually doing away with their nuclear program," ABC News Chief White House Correspondent Jonathan Karl explains from Hanoi.

Kim Jong Un top leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, attends a ceremony which saw him off at Pyongyang Railway Station in Pyongyang.(Xinhua/Polaris) Kim Jong Un top leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, attends a ceremony which saw him off at Pyongyang Railway Station in Pyongyang.

3. Warren's war chest

Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., announced Monday that she would not pursue campaign contributions from big-money donors in her quest for the White House.

ABC News Political Director Rick Klein says the announcement could change the calculus for other Democratic candidates.

Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren speaks at the New Hampshire Democratic Party's 60th Annual McIntyre-Shaheen 100 Club Dinner, in Manchester, N.H., Feb. 22, 2019.(Elise Amendola/AP) Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren speaks at the New Hampshire Democratic Party's 60th Annual McIntyre-Shaheen 100 Club Dinner, in Manchester, N.H., Feb. 22, 2019.

4. Public housing's #MeToo moment

The #MeToo movement's national conversation has focused on sexual misconduct in the workplace, but some women in the U.S. are facing harassment at home.

"Nightline" co-anchor Juju Chang spoke to two women who lived in public housing and allegedly were pressured for sex by men within the federal housing agency.

One of the women even recorded the agency inspector who threatened her, which eventually led to a federal lawsuit and a $2.7 million settlement.

Other news:

'Musk did not seek or receive pre-approval prior to publishing this tweet, which was inaccurate and disseminated to over 24 million people': The SEC comments on another Elon Musk tweet.

'I am here urging him to consider the young Kentuckians who have traveled all the way to ask him: "Why, why are our voices not being listened to?"': Young environmental activists, including some from Kentucky, storm the office of Mitch McConnell.

'Fueling anger and selling fear has been one of the NRA's most consistent tactics': A magazine produced by the National Rifle Association uses the headline "Target Practice" over a picture of prominent Democrats.

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On this day in history:

Feb. 26, 1993 -- A bomb explodes in underground parking garage at the World Trade Center.

Bomb explodes in underground parking garage at World Trade Center.
Bomb explodes in underground parking garage at World Trade Center.

The must-see photo:

A woman rescued from the last territory held by Islamic State militants holds her baby after being screened by U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces outside Baghouz, Syria. (photo credit: Felipe Dana/AP)

A woman who was evacuated out of the last territory held by Islamic State militants holds her baby after being screened by U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) in the desert outside Baghouz, Syria, Feb. 25, 2019.(Felipe Dana/AP) A woman who was evacuated out of the last territory held by Islamic State militants holds her baby after being screened by U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) in the desert outside Baghouz, Syria, Feb. 25, 2019.

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