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Madison Bumgarner of the San Francisco Giants pitches in the first inning against the Kansas City Royals during Game 1 of the 2014 World Series on Tuesday in Kansas City, Mo. Rob Carr/Getty Images hide caption

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Bryan Cranston (left) starred as chemistry teacher turned meth dealer Walter White, and Aaron Paul played former student and drug-dealing co-conspirator Jesse Pinkman in AMC's Breaking Bad. Ben Leuner/AMC hide caption

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President Barack Obama casts a ballot in early voting for the 2014 midterm elections at the Dr. Martin Luther King Community Service Center in Chicago on Monday. Brendan Smialowski /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Jeffrey Fowle, an American who had been detained in North Korea, spoke to The Associated Press last month in Pyongyang. Fowle was released by North Korean authorities and flown back to the U.S. on Tuesday. Wong Maye-E/AP hide caption

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Thomas Nellon (left), 17, and his brother Johnson Nellon, 14, of Liberia smile at their mother in the arrivals area at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York earlier this month. The brothers received a health screening upon arrival. The U.S. says it will step up screening measures for arrivals from Ebola-affected West African countries. Craig Ruttle/AP hide caption

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Hong Kong Federation of Students council members attend a meeting with senior Hong Kong government officials in Hong Kong on Tuesday. Tyrone Siu/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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South African track star Oscar Pistorius is sentenced to five years in prison Tuesday for the fatal shooting of his girlfriend. Themba Hadebe/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Parts of pyro-electric airbag initiators lie in a production line at the international automotive supplier Takata Ignition Systems GmbH in Schoenebeck, Germany, Thursday, April 17. Jens Meyer/AP hide caption

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