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Grayson Murray holds the trophy after winning the Sony Open golf event, on Jan. 14, 2024, at Waialae Country Club in Honolulu. The 30-year-old died on Saturday, according to PGA Tour officials. Matt York/AP hide caption

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A ship is seen off the coast of Gaza near a U.S.-built floating pier constructed to facilitate aid deliveries, as seen from the central Gaza Strip on May 16. Abdel Kareem Hana/AP hide caption

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Atsuko Sato is seen with her Japanese shiba inu dog Kabosu, best known as the logo of cryptocurrency Dogecoin, playing with students at a kindergarten in Narita, Chiba prefecture, east of Tokyo, on March 19. Philip Fong/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Rick Slayman is pictured at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, where he became the first person to have a genetically modified pig kidney transplant. Michelle Rose/Massachusetts General Hospital hide caption

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The former president of Spain's soccer federation Luis Rubiales (center) will stand trial for sexual assault charges after forcibly kissing soccer star Jenni Hermoso, a Spanish judge confirmed. Bernat Armangue/AP hide caption

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The University of Mississippi's school banner is waved during the pregame activities prior to the start of an NCAA college football game in October 2021. The university's leader denounced actions at a protest last week. Rogelio V. Solis/AP hide caption

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New York Police Department officers load arrested protesters from Columbia University onto a bus, on Tuesday in New York. Julius Motal/AP hide caption

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When hobbyist photographer Michael Sanchez snapped this picture of a blue rock-thrush subspecies on the coast of northern Oregon last week, he didn't know how rare the bird was until he posted it to social media. Michael Sanchez hide caption

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Former President Donald Trump greets South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem at a rally hosted by the South Dakota Republican Party on Sept. 8 in Rapid City, S.D. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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The Federal Communications Commission has restored net neutrality rules that ban content providers from restricting bandwidth to customers. Michael Bocchieri/Getty Images hide caption

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Activists and students participate in an encampment protest at the University Yard at George Washington University on Thursday. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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Boxer Morelle McCane speaks to reporters at the Team USA Media Summit on Monday in New York City. Dustin Satloff/Getty Images for the USOPC hide caption

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With 100 days before the Paris Olympics, Team USA hopefuls meet the press

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Kitboga, a popular "scam baiter" who hides behind characters to waste the time of scammers, has a combined Twitch and YouTube following of more than million subscribers. His aviator sunglasses — a signature look — recall a comically disguised CIA agent. Kitboga on Twitch/Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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O.J. Simpson, accompanied by his parents, his son, Jason, and Ralph Wilson, owner of the Buffalo Bills, is inducted into the Wall of Fame in Rich Stadium on Sept. 14, 1980. Ross Lewis/Getty Images hide caption

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O.J. Simpson, football legend acquitted of notorious killings, dies at 76

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South Carolina's players and coach celebrate after the college basketball championship game against Iowa in the women's NCAA Tournament on Sunday. South Carolina won 87-75. Morry Gash/AP hide caption

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Sen. Bernie Sanders addresses Unite Here Local 11 workers protesting outside of Figueroa Hotel in downtown Los Angeles on Friday. Authorities charged a man with setting a fire at his Burlington, Vt., office that same day. Damian Dovarganes/AP hide caption

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A 99 Cents Only store is seen in Los Angeles, on Friday. A day ago, the City of Commerce discount chain with some 14,000 employees announced that it will close all 371 of its stores in California, Arizona, Nevada and Texas. Robyn Beck/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Catherine, Princess of Wales, is seen in north London on Nov. 24, 2023. The former Kate Middleton said she has been diagnosed with cancer and is in the early stages of treatment. Frank Augstein/AP hide caption

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