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The viral face-transforming FaceApp climbed to the top of the App Store on Wednesday. FaceApp hide caption

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Democrats Issue Warnings Against Viral Russia-Based Face-Morphing App

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The U.S. Bureau of Land Management is recommending attendance be capped at existing levels for the next 10 years at the annual Burning Man counterculture festival in the desert 100 miles north of Reno, Nev. Burning Man organizers had proposed raising the current 80,000 limit as high as 100,000 in coming years. Ron Lewis/AP hide caption

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Authorities scrambled to restore electricity to Manhattan following a power outage that knocked out Times Square's towering electronic screens and left businesses without electricity, elevators stuck and subway cars stalled. Michael Owens/AP hide caption

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Jessica Bray and her husband, Anthony Bray, pose with their 1970 Volkswagen Beetle. Anthony converted his Beetle to an electric car. "As a special touch, we added bubble machines to the back to blow bubbles at car shows and as we drive," Jessica said. Courtesy of Jessica Bray hide caption

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A Bug's Life: Remembering The Classic Volkswagen Beetle

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Corinthia Isom (right) was just a child when her mother died. At StoryCorps in 2015, Kathleen Payne (left) told Isom why her mom trusted her to take care of her daughter. Carolina Escobar/StoryCorps hide caption

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'You Make Your Own Family': Losing A Mother, Gaining 2 More

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Kim Darroch, the U.K.'s ambassador to the U.S., calls President Trump an inadequate leader who poses a threat to the international trade system, in memos leaked to the Daily Mail. Bloomberg/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Sean Sala, center left, and Fernando Zweifach Lopez, center right, march together at San Diego Pride on July 16, 2011. Courtesy of Fernando Zweifach Lopez hide caption

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To 'Get Even' With 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' He Brought Military Float To Pride Parade

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A judged has ordered Andrew Anglin, founder of The Daily Stormer, to pay $4.1 million in damages to Dean Obeidallah, commentator and host of SiriusXM's "The Dean Obeidallah Show," after portraying him as a terrorist. Larry French/Getty Images for SiriusXM hide caption

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Dean Obeidallah Wins $4.1M In Defamation Suit Against Neo-Nazi Site

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Sarah Seltzer interviews her grandfather, 104-year-old Gilbert Seltzer, in West Orange, N.J., in January for StoryCorps. Afi Yellow-Duke/StoryCorps hide caption

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He Led A Platoon Of Artists Who Fooled The Germans: 'Imagination Is Unbelievable'

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In October 1983, rescuers probe the wreckage of the U.S. Marine command building near the Beirut airport, a day after a terrorist attack killed 241 U.S. service members. Zouki/AP hide caption

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Survivor Of Deadly 1983 Beirut Bombing: 'We Don't Talk About It Much'

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At StoryCorps in Palm Springs, Calif., David Wilson (left) and his husband Robert Compton talk about how, as a same-sex couple, their treatment by others has changed since they were legally married in 2004. Jud Esty-Kendall/StoryCorps hide caption

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'That Day Wasn't About Us': One Of The 1st Same-Sex Married Couples Looks Back

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Rihanna is partnering with LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton to launch a new fashion label, the artist announced on Friday. Evan Agostini/Invision/AP hide caption

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Rihanna Disrupts Luxury Fashion World, Joining LVMH With 'Fenty' Brand

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Abiodun Oyewole and Umar Bin Hassan of The Last Poets. Johnny Nunez for Entertainment Weekly Magazine/Getty Images hide caption

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50 Years On, The Last Poets Keep Telling The Truth To Unite The Black Community

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Sada Jackson with her mother, Ileana Watson, in October 2014, when Ileana and her three children participated in a family Breast Cancer Walk together. Courtesy of Sada Jackson hide caption

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'I Only Knew Her As Mom': A Daughter Learns More From Her Late Mother's Best Friend

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