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Love it or hate it you've almost certainly heard Kenny G's soprano saxophone — be it in an elevator or in your car. Here, Kenny G performs at the Coachella Music & Arts Festival in 2019, in Indio, Calif. Amy Harris/Invision/AP hide caption

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Why everyone loves to hate Kenny G, according to the jazz musician himself

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CNN has fired anchor Chris Cuomo after documents were released detailing his efforts to help his brother, former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, respond to a sexual harassment scandal. Michael Loccisano/Getty Images for CNN hide caption

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The death of Jelani Day, a 25-year-old medical student who went missing on Aug. 24, was ruled by local officials as a drowning. "None of it adds up," said civil rights attorney Ben Crump, who is pressing federal authorities to step in. Bloomington, Ill., Police hide caption

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Carolyn DeFord is pictured with her daughter and mother, Leona Kinsey, in La Grande, Ore., in their last photograph together before Kinsey disappeared in October 1999. Carolyn DeFord hide caption

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Her mother went missing 22 years ago. Now she finds comfort in the past and future

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Twitter is expanding its ban on users publicizing private information to include videos and images of other people posted without their permission. Matt Rourke/AP hide caption

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Ghislaine Maxwell sits at the defense table during the final stages of jury selection on Monday in New York City in this courtroom sketch. Opening statements in her trial on sex-trafficking charges began Monday. Elizabeth Williams/AP hide caption

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People line up to get on the Air France flight to Paris at OR Tambo's airport in Johannesburg, South Africa, on Friday. The United States, Israel and other European nations have already imposed travel restrictions on South Africa and other nations in the region. Jerome Delay/AP hide caption

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From left to right: Marcus Arbery, father of Ahmaud Arbery; attorney Ben Crump; Rev. Al Sharpton; Wanda Cooper-Jones, mother of Ahmaud Arbery; and attorney Lee Merritt address the media following guilty verdicts for the defendants in the trial of the killers of Ahmaud Arbery on Wednesday in Brunswick, Ga. Sean Rayford/Getty Images hide caption

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A TSA employee screens travelers at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta, Ga., November 2007. TSA is expecting to screen 20 million travelers this Thanksgiving season. Chris Rank/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Travis McMichael told the court Wednesday that he wants to give his point of view about what happened on the day Ahmaud Arbery died in a neighborhood in the Brunswick, Ga., area. Stephen B. Morton/Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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Davemaoite, the newly discovered mineral named after a prominent geophysicist, originated from the Earth's lower mantle. Aaron Celestian/Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County hide caption

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New mineral 'davemaoite' made an unlikely journey from the depths of the Earth

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NPR books editor Petra Mayer has died

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Marine Corps Commandant Gen. David Berger, pictured in 2019, says that the goal behind the service's new changes is to develop a corps that reflects America. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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The Marine Corps is reinventing itself to reflect America, says top general

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