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Officer Joe Gutierrez aims his weapon at Lt. Caron Nazario during a traffic stop. Nazario is suing Gutierrez and the other officer, Daniel Crocker, for violation of his constitutional rights. NPR screenshot/Windsor Police Department body camera footage hide caption

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The leaked data includes personal information from 533 million Facebook users in106 countries. Olivier Douliery/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Four alleged members of the "boogaloo boys," an extremist group often identified by their militia gear and hawaiian print, have been indicted for destroying evidence tied to two Bay area police killings. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger won wide praise for firmly rejecting former President Donald Trump's false claims of voter fraud. But now that those claims have spawned tighter voting measures, the Republican state official is taking a softer approach. Brynn Anderson/AP hide caption

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Georgia Secretary Of State Says New Voting Law 'Restores Confidence'

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Researchers identified a mummified Blue-Fronted Amazon parrot, recovered from an ancient cemetery in the Atacama Desert. Calogero Santoro, Universidad de Tarapacá and José Capriles, Penn State hide caption

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Mummified Parrots Reveal 'Sophisticated' Trade In Ancient South American Desert

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The suspect accused of killing 10 people at a Colorado grocery store this week follows a deadly pattern among mass shooters: 98% of perpetrators are male. Helen H. Richardson/MediaNews Group/Denver Post via Getty Images hide caption

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Why Nearly All Mass Shooters Are Men

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Howard Hatch's command of printing press history has earned the Sacramento History Museum volunteer star power on TikTok. Jared Jones/Sacramento History Museum hide caption

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'Howard The Printer' Makes An Impression On TikTok With Mini History Lessons

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A makeshift memorial is seen on Friday in Atlanta, following the mass shooting of eight people, six of whom were of Asian descent, at three different massage parlors. Candice Choi/AP hide caption

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Atlanta Killings: Sex Worker Advocate Sees Deadly Consequences Of Overlapping Hatreds

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How Parents Can Address Kids' Pandemic Weight Gain

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The relief money that's going toward Mississippi child care will serve 80% of children who qualify for support, up from 28%, says Carol Burnett, head of the Mississippi Low-Income Child Care Initiative. MHJ/Getty Images hide caption

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Relief Money Could More Than Double Support For Child Care Needs In Mississippi

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Jan. 19, 2017: Douma — A young girl blows bubbles. Bassam Khabieh/Reuters hide caption

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Blowing Bubbles And Running From Bombs: The Reality Of War For The Children Of Syria

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A fake video featuring former President Obama shows elements of facial mapping used in new "deepfake" technology that lets anyone make videos of real people appearing to say things they've never said. (AP Photo) AP hide caption

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Slick Tom Cruise Deepfakes Signal That Near Flawless Forgeries May Be Here

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From a sampling of Girl Scout Cookies, Los Angeles Times food columnist Lucas Kwan Peterson says that Samoas (also known as Caramel deLites) are the superior cookie. Katherine Frey/The Washington Post via Getty Images hide caption

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Food Critic, Provocateur Definitively Ranks Girl Scout Cookies

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In 2015, the late Rep. John Lewis stands on the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Ala., where he was beaten by police on "Bloody Sunday." Bill Clark/CQ-Roll Call via Getty Images hide caption

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For The First Time In 56 Years, A 'Bloody Sunday' Without John Lewis

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