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The SEC has accused a former Apple executive of using advance information about the company's finances to sell off stock and avoid losses. Here, stock numbers for Apple are displayed on a screen at the Nasdaq MarketSite in Times Square last month in New York City. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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Marc Lavarin, an assistant minister at Alfred Street Baptist Church, hugs Howard University student Mya Thompson after she learns the church's members have paid the $2,500 she owed the university. Charles Matthews/Alfred Street Baptist Church hide caption

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Commissioners in Sandusky, Ohio, have voted to make Election Day a city holiday, in place of Columbus Day. Sandusky resident Moses Croom is seen here voting at a polling station at a local library in November 2008. Jason Werling/Sandusky Register hide caption

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The Tienditas bridge connecting Colombia and Venezuela has been blocked by Venezuelan military forces, as seen here on Wednesday. Opposition leader Juan Guaidó and U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo are demanding that humanitarian aid be allowed to enter. Edinson Estupinan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Jill Abramson, former managing editor and executive editor of The New York Times, speaks at 2014 Pennsylvania Conference For Women in Philadelphia. Lisa Lake/Getty Images for Pennsylvania Conference for Women hide caption

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'I Fell Short': Jill Abramson Responds To Charges Of Plagiarism, Inaccuracies

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A U.S. court has ordered the Syrian government to pay $300 million for killing American journalist Marie Colvin in 2012. Colvin is seen here in London in 2010. Arthur Edwards/ WPA Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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Jussie Smollett speaks last month at an awards ceremony held in Los Angeles by Children's Defense Fund California. Gabriel Olsen/Getty Images hide caption

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Police Say 'Empire' Actor Jussie Smollett Attacked In Possible Hate Crime

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A Justice Department indictment unsealed on Monday details an alleged conspiracy by the Chinese device maker Huawei to steal the details of a T-Mobile robot. Here, a woman uses her smartphone outside a Huawei store in Beijing on Tuesday. Wang Zhao/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Flights at LaGuardia Airport in New York were delayed Friday morning as the FAA said it was experiencing an uptick in workers calling in sick. Julio Cortez/AP hide caption

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Venezuela's sitting president, Nicolás Maduro, attends a ceremony Thursday in Caracas to mark the opening of the judicial year at the Supreme Court of Justice. Opposition leader Juan Guaidó has declared himself the interim president, but Maduro has not ceded power. Carlos Garcia Rawlins/Reuters hide caption

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Video of a school in Shanxi province, China, shows principal Zhang Pengfei leading the students in a major update of the standard calisthenics routine. Screenshot by NPR/China Xinhua News/Twitter hide caption

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Juan Guaidó, head of Venezuela's opposition-run congress, declares himself interim president of Venezuela during a rally against President Nicolás Maduro in the capital, Caracas, on Wednesday. Fernando Llano/AP hide caption

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Saints fans aren't happy with the NFL after a controversial no-call in Sunday's NFC championship game. One fan took out several billboards around Atlanta with his message for the league. John Bazemore/AP hide caption

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