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Ryan Spainhower and his wife Kimberly discover a coin they had made during their honeymoon amidst the burned ashes of their home in Paradise, Calif., on Sunday. Josh Edelson/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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77 Killed In California's Camp Fire As Number Of Missing Drops To 993

Scores of people have died throughout California since the Camp Fire and Woolsey Fire broke out earlier this month. The official missing persons list spans 993 names.

For anyone who's followed the Nassar case, Rachael Denhollander's face is a familiar one. Nicole Bolineaux/Michigan Radio hide caption

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How Larry Nassar Was Finally Caught

For Nassar, the beginning of the end came in 2016, thanks to a tough police detective, a dedicated team of journalists in Indiana, and a homeschooling mom from Kentucky.

How He Got Caught

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As Insurers Offer Discounts For Fitness Trackers, Wearers Should Step With Caution

Millions of Americans use wearable devices to monitor their diet and fitness. Some insurance companies offer incentives to use them, but privacy advocates caution customers not to share too much data.

As Insurers Offer Discounts For Fitness Trackers, Wearers Should Step With Caution

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The Volcano of Fire spewed lava and ash on Monday, as seen from Escuintla, Guatemala. Guatemalan authorities on Monday declared a red alert after the volcano erupted again, forcing thousands of residents to flee. Carlos Alonzo/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Thousands Flee As Guatemalan Volcano Erupts Again

Guatemala's "Volcano of Fire" killed more than 100 people when it erupted in June. Now, thousands are evacuating their homes as the volcano once again spews ash and hot rocks.

Carlos Ghosn, then Nissan's chairman and CEO, delivers a speech in Las Vegas in January 2017. Ghosn was widely celebrated for reviving Nissan after the company neared bankruptcy in 1999. Now he's been removed from leadership at the company after an internal investigation found financial misconduct. David Becker/Getty Images hide caption

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Nissan Chairman Ousted Amid Investigation Over Financial Misconduct

Carlos Ghosn, who also chairs Renault and Mitsubishi, is widely admired for saving Nissan from bankruptcy nearly 20 years ago. Now he has been accused of underreporting income and reportedly arrested.

Door hangers are stacked after a rally with Jacky Rosen, a Democrat who later won her Senate race, at the Culinary Workers Union Hall Local 226 on Nov. 5 in Las Vegas. Organizations like the Culinary Workers Union made a big push to engage Latinos in 2018. Ethan Miller/Getty Images hide caption

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Big Latino Turnout In Midterms Raises Stakes For 2020

Latino turnout was up dramatically in the midterms, according to early voting and other preliminary data. Democrats say Latino votes helped flip House and Senate races across the country.

Big Latino Turnout In Midterms Raises Stakes For 2020

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Guest DJ: boygenius

The trio of Julien Baker, Lucy Dacus and Phoebe Bridgers share the songs they love most and talk about the ways they inspire each other in their new band, boygenius.

Guest DJ: boygenius

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A bookstore in England has sold a children's book that has been on the shelf for 27 years. The bookstore's tweet about the sale has since gone viral. Gulfiya Mukhamatdinova/Getty Images hide caption

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Bookstore's Tweet On The Sale Of A Children's Book After 27 Years, Goes Viral

Broadhursts Bookshop in Southport, England, sold the book about William the Conqueror that had sat on the shelf for decades. The store's tweet about the sale has inspired thousands of replies.

Experts agree that the image on the left urges toilet users to flush toilet paper in the bowl rather than toss it in a trash can. As for the image on the right, it appears to offer a double warning: Don't stand on the seat, don't relieve yourself in the upper tank. Jennifer Wood/Courtesy of Doug Lansky hide caption

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Oh, The Places You'll Go: Toilet Signs Try To Help

Using toilets is not always intuitive. That's when a sign or two can be helpful — and sometimes hilarity-inducing.

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