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Monday

Guet N'dar, Senegal (October 7, 2022) - The neighborhood Khar Yalla, which means 'Waiting for God," in Wolof, was meant as a place for those who had been displaced by rising seas to live. But this neighborhood soon, too, was inundated with water. Ricci Shryock for NPR hide caption

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Saturday

The sign for Glen Oaks Alzheimer's Special Care Center is seen on Google Earth. The facility pronounced a living woman dead and is being fined $10,000. Google Earth/Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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Google Earth/Screenshot by NPR

Friday

Flaco, a Eurasian eagle owl who escaped from Central Park Zoo, is seen on the sidewalk on 5th Avenue in New York City Thursday night. Twitter/Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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Twitter/Screenshot by NPR

Thursday

A sign noting the acceptance of electronic benefit transfer (EBT) cards, which SNAP beneficiaries use to pay for food, is displayed at a grocery store in 2019 in Oakland, Calif. SNAP emergency allotments are ending after this month and have already ended in some parts of the country. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

Tuesday

A "mysterious" flying spiral spotted by the Subaru Telescope on Mauna Kea, Hawaii, early on Jan. 18, could be related to a SpaceX satellite launch earlier in the day, scientists speculated. NAOJ & Asahi Shimbun via Storyful/Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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NAOJ & Asahi Shimbun via Storyful/Screenshot by NPR

Monday

The Jonas Brothers react as their Hollywood Walk of Fame Star is unveiled during a ceremony on Monday in Hollywood, Calif. At the ceremony, they announced their sixth album will be released on May 5. Frederic J. Brown/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Frederic J. Brown/AFP via Getty Images

Friday

A black bear takes a "selfie" on Nov. 24, 2022, in Boulder, Colo. The image was captured on a motion-sensing camera, which was installed so that officials could track, learn about and protect wildlife. City of Boulder hide caption

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City of Boulder

Seeds are seen as students at Eucalyptus Elementary School in in Hawthorne, Calif., learn to plant a vegetable garden on March 13, 2019. The U.S. supply of native seeds is currently too low to respond to climate change-related events, a new report finds. David McNew/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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David McNew/AFP via Getty Images

Thursday

Travelers wait in line at the Southwest Airlines ticketing counter at Nashville International Airport after the airline canceled thousands of flights in Nashville, Tenn., on Dec. 27, 2022. The Department of Transportation is investigating the disaster, which led to $220 million in losses for Southwest Seth Herald/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Seth Herald/AFP via Getty Images

People shop at Walmart on Black Friday 2022 in Dunwoody, Ga. Jessica McGowan/Getty Images hide caption

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What tracking one Walmart store's prices for years taught us about the economy

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Wednesday

Sesame Street co-creator Lloyd Morrisett attends the 42nd annual Kennedy Center Honors at the Kennedy Center on Dec. 8, 2019, in Washington, D.C. Morrisett died at 93, Sesame Workshop announced Monday. Greg Allen/Invision/AP hide caption

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Tuesday

Panic! at the Disco performs onstage at Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre on May 14, 2016, in Irvine, Calif. The group is ending its nearly two-decade run, frontman Brendon Urie announced Tuesday. Kevin Winter/Getty Images for CBS Radio Inc. hide caption

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M&M's pause of its spokescandies comes after a right-wing backlash to changes in the Green and Brown M&Ms and the addition of the Purple M&M. Twitter/Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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M&M's replaces its spokescandies with Maya Rudolph after Tucker Carlson's rants

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