Gabriella Ortiz talks on the phone while walking in her neighborhood in Castle Hayne, N.C., on Saturday. Surge and rain water from Florence continue to flood Northside Mobile Home Park. Fallen limbs and debris have cut off power and access.
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Photographer Greg Miller's daughter waits for her morning bus. He says of the project: "My intention was to take something that is universal, an experience we all have had either as a child ourselves or as a parent of a child. ... My hope is that these pictures will communicate something that words can't."
Singer Bono, of the band U2, performs onstage during the "Experience + Innocence Tour" at Capitol One Arena on June 17 in Washington, D.C. On Saturday in Berlin, Bono experienced a "complete loss of voice."
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A variety of cuts of beef and ground beef are displayed for sale at Union Market in Washington, D.C. A new Missouri law says only products like these cuts that are "derived from harvested production livestock or poultry" can be labeled as meat.
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Forensics officers work near the car that crashed into security barriers outside the Houses of Parliament in London on Tuesday. British media report that Salih Khater has been arrested on charges of terrorism.
Defendant Siraj Wahhaj and four others have been charged with child abuse stemming from the alleged neglect of 11 children found living on a squalid compound in New Mexico.
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