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Among La. Flood Victims, 'Depression Levels Are Really High'

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Ten thousand fire personnel are battling blazes across California, including in San Luis Obispo County, where the massive Chimney Fire threatens homes and the historic Hearst Castle. AP hide caption

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Ian Bradley-Perrin (left) and fellow graduate student Olga Brudastova have been active in the campaign to unionize grad students who work as teaching and research assistants at Columbia University. Karen Matthews/AP hide caption

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Artist Peter Doig Says He Didn't Paint This, And A Judge Agrees

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Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe announced that his administration would individually restore voting rights to 13,000 felons who have served their time. Last month, the Virginia Supreme Court ruled that McAuliffe lacked the constitutional authority to enfranchise more than 200,000 felons en masse. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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Signs are posted outside Santee High School's gender neutral restrooms at its campus in Los Angeles on May 4. Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Lou Pearlman (center) poses with *NSYNC Chris Kirkpatrick, JC Chasez, Lance Bass, Joey Fatone and Justin Timberlake at N.Y.P.D. pizzeria in Miami, circa 1996. Mark Weiss/WireImage/Getty Images hide caption

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Following the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' recent approval of the proposed Dakota Access Pipeline, a coalition of environmental activists held a rally in New York City's Union Square Park to oppose the project. Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images hide caption

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Former Navy SEAL Matthew Bissonnette has agreed to forfeit "all of the proceeds" he received from No Easy Day, his book about the killing of Osama bin Laden. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Uber, the San Francisco-based ride-hailing service has been dealt a legal setback in its effort to settle a multi-million dollar claim by drivers who say they should be reclassified as employees, not independent contractors. On Thursday, a federal judge rejected Uber's $100 million settlement offer. Eric Risberg/AP hide caption

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Ride-booking company Uber plans to offer customers self-driving cars in Pittsburgh soon. The vehicles will come with human backup drivers. Jared Wickerham/AP hide caption

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Uber To Roll Out Self-Driving Cars In Pittsburgh

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