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Michael Cohen, former personal lawyer to Donald Trump, leaves federal court in New York on Aug. 21, 2018. Mark Kauzlarich/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Mueller's Office Disputes BuzzFeed Report That Trump Told Cohen To Lie To Congress

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A security force member walks outside a shuttered restaurant Thursday in Manbij, Syria, the site of a suicide attack that killed more than a dozen people, including four Americans, a day earlier. The Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attack. Delil Souleiman /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Neighbors gather on Thursday to show their support for the family of toddler Julen Rosello, who fell down a hole Sunday in Spain's Málaga province. Álex Zea/Europa Press via Getty Images hide caption

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British Prime Minister Theresa May speaks Wednesday at the House of Commons in London during a debate before a no-confidence vote raised by opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn. May withstood the challenge to her leadership. Mark Duffy/AP hide caption

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Former Ivory Coast President Laurent Gbagbo enters the courtroom of the International Criminal Court in The Hague, Netherlands, on Tuesday, where judges dropped the charges against him. Peter Dejong/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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California utility PG&E Corp. said Monday that it plans to file for bankruptcy over what it estimates could be $30 billion in potential liability costs from recent wildfires. Here, transmission towers in a valley near Paradise, Calif., as the Camp Fire burns in November 2018. David Paul Morris/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Educators from Hollenbeck Middle School in Boyle Heights, Los Angeles chant, "Teachers united will never be defeated!" in front of their school. Roxanne Turpen for NPR hide caption

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Authorities in Wisconsin say 13-year-old Jayme Closs, seen here in an undated photo, has been found alive. She had been missing since Oct. 15, when her parents were found fatally shot at their home. Barron County Sheriff's Department/AP hide caption

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A man holds a placard at Newark Liberty International Airport on Tuesday, reminding travelers that FAA safety inspectors have been furloughed during the shutdown. Michael Brochstein/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images hide caption

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George, the last known Achatinella apexfulva, a Hawaiian land snail, died on New Year's Day. David Sischo/Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources hide caption

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Chelsea FC will pay nearly $73 million to Borussia Dortmund for American soccer player Christian Pulisic. He is seen here in a Champions League match between Dortmund and Atlético Madrid in November. Quality Sport Images/Getty Images hide caption

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Russia has granted U.S. consular officials access to Paul Whelan, a U.S. citizen detained in Russia on suspicion of spying. Whelan appears here in a photo provided by the Whelan family. Courtesy of the Whelan Family/Reuters hide caption

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U.S. Ambassador Visits American Who Was Arrested In Russia On Suspicion Of Spying

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