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President Biden walks down the steps of Air Force One at Dover Air Force Base, Del., Thursday, June 2, 2022, as he heads to Rehoboth Beach, Del., for the weekend. A small plane flew near the Bidens' beach house. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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The names of the victims and messages of healing written in chalk at a makeshift memorial outside of the Tops supermarket in Buffalo, N.Y., on Sunday, one day after a gunman killed 10 people and injured 3 others. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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Abortion-rights supporters protest in downtown Los Angeles on Tuesday. California is one of the states that is expanding abortion access to prepare for the possibility of the Supreme Court striking down Roe v. Wade. Frederic J. Brown/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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U.S. Deputy National Security Adviser for Cyber and Emerging Technology Anne Neuberger warned companies that the Russian government could be preparing to launch cyberattacks. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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Russia announced sanctions against top U.S. officials in retaliation for American sanctions against Russia. Mikhail Klimentyev/Sputnik/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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An electronic billboard along Kyiv's Victory Avenue, the route Russian tanks are expected to take, shows a message to Russian soldiers reading "Putin lost, the entire world is with Ukraine," on Monday. Daphne Rousseau/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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A woman stands in front of a destroyed building after a Russian missile attack in the town of Vasylkiv, near Kyiv, on Sunday. Russian forces faced stiff resistance over the weekend and faced logistics problems in their invasion plans. Dimitar Dilkoff/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Alabama's state Capitol has been the location of fights over redistricting. The Supreme Court hears a case this fall that could have implications for gerrymandering across the country. Andi Rice for NPR hide caption

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Inside the fight over Alabama's congressional maps

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The First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs was turned into a memorial to honor those who died in November 2017 in Sutherland Springs, Texas. Twenty-six white chairs mark the location where each victim was killed. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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Johnson & Johnson and the opioid distributors AmerisourceBergen, McKesson and Cardinal Health reached a settlement with Native American tribes over their role in the opioid crisis. Mark Ralston/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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U.S. soldiers take part in a joint military combat exercise with Estonian soldiers in 2017 near Tapa, Estonia. The U.S. is readying 8,500 troops to possibly deploy to Eastern Europe. Sean Gallup/Getty Images hide caption

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