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The engine on a Southwest Airlines plane is inspected as it sits on the runway at the Philadelphia International Airport after making an emergency landing there on Tuesday. Amanda Bourman/AP hide caption

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Police Responded To Multiple 911 Calls From YouTube HQ

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Law enforcement stands watch outside of the YouTube headquarters on Tuesday in San Bruno, Calif. Police are investigating an active shooter incident at YouTube headquarters that has left at least one person dead and several wounded. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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4,000 Liberians Must Leave U.S.

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Protesters stand outside of council chambers during a special city council meeting at Sacramento City Hall on Tuesday in Sacramento, Calif. Hundreds packed a special city council at Sacramento City Hall to address concerns over the shooting death of Stephon Clark by Sacramento police. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Newly naturalized U.S citizens complete voter registration forms in Bethel Park, Pa., in November 2017. The 2020 census will ask respondents whether they are citizens. Keith Srakocic/AP hide caption

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