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Sulmi, 14, of Guatemala was 9 months pregnant when this photo was taken. "I was a little sad to be married so young," she says. "I am in the youngest in my family to be in a union. Getting married is a lot better and prettier because you get to wear a big white dress." Stephanie Sinclair/ Too Young to Wed hide caption

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In this June 18, 2015, photo, a prisoner walks near his crowded living area in Elmore Correctional Facility in Elmore, Ala. Tuesday's ruling comes in a class action lawsuit brought by inmates who argued the conditions violated the U.S. Constitution's ban on cruel and unusual punishment. Brynn Anderson/AP hide caption

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Medicaid pays the costs for about 62 percent of seniors who are living in nursing homes, some of the priciest health care available. Tomas Rodriguez/Getty Images/Picture Press RM hide caption

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"We lose more than 140,000 people because of events we know how to prevent," Deborah Hersman of the National Safety Council said of the fires, falls and other safety issues her organization found. Frank Franklin II/AP hide caption

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EU antitrust Commissioner Margrethe Vestager, pictured last summer, announced a fine against Google over the way it ranks shopping services in its search results. Darko Vojinovic/AP hide caption

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Trump And India's Modi Share Similarities, But A Host Of Issues Divides Them

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Routine DNA Sequencing May Be Helpful And Not As Scary As Feared

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Dave Mullins (right) sits with his husband, Charlie Craig, in Denver. The owner of a cake shop refused to make a wedding cake for the couple, citing his religious beliefs, and the couple then filed with the state's civil rights commission. Brennan Linsley/AP hide caption

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Mom Of Cross-Border Shooting Victim 'Still Waiting For Victory'

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Doctors, nurses, patients and activists listen to Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., speak about Senate Republicans' health care bill on Friday at Bellevue Hospital in New York City. Schumer has vowed to help defeat the legislation, which the Congressional Budget Office scored on Monday. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Supreme Court Revives Parts Of Trump's Travel Ban As It Agrees To Hear Case

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Senate Republicans Alter Health Care Bill To Avoid 'Death Spiral'

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