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Emma Bowman, photographed for NPR, 27 July 2019, in Washington DC.
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Sunday

Viola Davis just put the G in EGOT. She accepted the audio book, narration and storytelling recording award for Finding Me during the 65th Grammy Awards Premiere Ceremony at Microsoft Theater on Sunday, in Los Angeles. Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images for The Recording Academy hide caption

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Saturday

Arctic sea smoke rises from the the Atlantic Ocean as a passenger ferry passes Spring Point Ledge Light, on Saturday, off the coast of South Portland, Maine. The morning temperature was about minus 10 degrees Fahrenheit. Robert F. Bukaty/AP hide caption

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Friday

Brandon Tsay is awarded the medal of courage by Alhambra Police Chief Kelley Fraser at the Alhambra Lunar New Year Festival in Alhambra, Calif., on Sunday, a little over a week after the Monterey Park mass shooting. Jane Hahn for NPR hide caption

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Monday

A man who prevented a second attack in Monterey Park is honored as a hero

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Saturday

A portrait of Tyre Nichols is displayed at a memorial service for him on Jan. 17 in Memphis, Tenn. Nichols died three days after Memphis police officers beat him during a traffic stop on Jan. 7. Adrian Sainz/AP hide caption

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Friday

Police officers, who were seen on camera beating and kicking Tyre Nichols, stand by where Nichols is slumped over on the ground. This image is a screenshot of one of the videos from graphic police body camera footage released to the public on Friday night. City of Memphis Vimeo/Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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Thursday

A decade on, the creator of 'This is fine' wants to put the famous dog to rest

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Monday

Eleven people were killed and nine more were injured at a dance studio near a Lunar New Year celebration on Saturday night. Here, a woman is seen praying for victims outside Star Dance Studio in Monterey Park, Calif., on Monday. Jae C. Hong/AP hide caption

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Sunday

Monday

The panel on the right, from KC Green's web comic strip "On Fire," became a popular online meme by 2014. KC Green hide caption

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KC Green

A decade on, the 'This is fine' creator wants to put the famous dog to rest

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Saturday

Flood waters inundate a home by the Salinas River near Chualar, Calif., on Saturday. A series of atmospheric river storms continue to cause widespread destruction across the state. David McNew/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Monday

GPTZero in action: The bot correctly detected AI-written text. The writing sample that was submitted? ChatGPT's attempt at "an essay on the ethics of AI plagiarism that could pass a ChatGPT detector tool." GPTZero.me/Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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Sunday

Supporters of Brazilian former President Jair Bolsonaro invade the National Congress in Brasilia on Sunday. Sergio Lima/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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