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As the Camp Fire burns nearby, a scorched car rests by gas pumps on Sunday near Pulga, Calif., a community located in Northern California's Butte County. Josh Edelson/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Death Toll In California Wildfires Climbs To 44

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As some ballet shoe companies have begun to introduce darker shades to include women of color, Marie Astrid Mence, junior artist with Balle Black, is excited for ballet's future generations of dancers who will get to grow up with shoe colors that fit their complexion. Photography by ASH hide caption

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Ballet Dancers Of Color Welcome New Hues As Major Shoe Supplier Diversifies

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First place finishers Mary Keitany of Kenya, left, and Lelisa Desisa of Ethiopia pose for a picture at the finish line of the New York City Marathon on Sunday. Seth Wenig/AP hide caption

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Members of Pittsburgh and the Squirrel Hill community pay their respects at the memorial to the 11 victims of the Tree of Life Synagogue massacre last Saturday. Matthew Hatcher/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images hide caption

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After Tragedy In Pittsburgh, An Extraordinary Effort To Honor 'The Holy Ones'

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Alan Stepakoff with his son, Josh, in Washington, D.C., for the Million Mom March rally in May 2000, the year after Josh was shot at his Jewish day camp. Courtesy of Josh Stepakoff hide caption

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He Was Shot In A Hate Crime. It Only Strengthened His Judaism

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The Boston Red Sox celebrate their 5-1 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers in Game 5 to win the 2018 World Series at Dodger Stadium on Sunday night. Ezra Shaw/Getty Images hide caption

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Don Palmerine was a 17-year-old high school senior in Pittsburgh when he witnessed a rape and participated in a sexual assault. After breaking his silence about that night, he says men also need to be part of the #MeToo movement by sharing their experiences. Courtesy of Don Palmerine hide caption

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He Witnessed A Rape In 1969. He's Finally Ready To Talk About It

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The Los Angeles Dodgers celebrate after defeating the Milwaukee Brewers in Game 7 to win the National League Championship Series at Miller Park on Saturday, in Milwaukee. Dylan Buell/Getty Images hide caption

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Thirty-year-old Madelyn Linsenmeir, pictured on one of her routine walks with son Ayden. "Her addiction didn't define her, but it did define the way she lived," Linsenmeir's sister, Kate O'Neill, wrote in an obituary that moved readers nationwide this week. Courtesy of Maura O'Neill hide caption

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The Viral Obituary Of An Opioid Addict: 'She's Just One Face' Of The Epidemic

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Melvin Pender receives the hand-off in the 4 x 100 meter relay during the 1968 Olympics, for which he won a gold medal. Courtesy Melvin and Debbie Pender hide caption

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Of Protest And Patriotism: A 1968 Gold Medalist Remembers The Games

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Jair Bolsonaro, far-right lawmaker and presidential candidate of Brazil's Social Liberal Party, arrives to cast his vote in Rio de Janeiro on Sunday. Ricardo Moraes/Reuters hide caption

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One of Banksy's "Girl With Balloon" paintings is on display at an exhibition opening of works by the England-based street artist, at St. Petersburg's Manege Central Exhibition Hall in September. Anton Vaganov/TASS via Getty Images hide caption

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Jamie Topping embraces Duane Topping during their StoryCorps interview in May, at their Denver-based studio. Mia Warren/StoryCorps hide caption

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A Veteran Finds Relief Through Fashion: 'It Was So Much About Finding My Peace'

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