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Thursday

U.S. journalist Evan Gershkovich stands inside a defendants' cage during a pretrial detention hearing at the Moscow City Court in Moscow on Sept. 19, 2023. Gershkovich was detained during a reporting trip in Russia in March 2023 and accused of spying — charges that he, the U.S. government and his employer, The Wall Street Journal, vehemently deny. Natalia Kolesnikova/AFP via Getty Images
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Tuesday

A collapsed section of the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore is seen in the waters of the Patapsco River. The bridge collapsed early Tuesday after it was struck by a 984-foot-long cargo ship. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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Thursday

Bill Belichick appears on the sideline during his last game as head coach of the New England Patriots on Jan. 7, 2024, in Foxborough, Mass. Michael Dwyer/AP hide caption

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Sunday

In 2020, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled split-jury verdicts unconstitutional. Since then, Oregon and Louisiana have gone in opposite directions in deciding how to approach past convictions. Mint Images/Getty Images hide caption

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Tuesday

Encore: When someone turns 100, these volunteers are there to be sure they're honored

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Monday

Paula Naylor pushes her father, Paul Romanello, with his wheelchair on Dec. 21 in Tulsa, Okla. Romanello was recently celebrated by the Centenarians of Oklahoma when he turned 100 years old. Michael Noble Jr. for NPR hide caption

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When someone turns 100, these volunteers are there to make sure they're honored

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Wednesday

Brittney Griner waits for the verdict during a hearing outside Moscow on Aug. 4. The WNBA star is one of more than five dozen Americans being held hostage or wrongfully detained abroad, according to the James. W. Foley Legacy Foundation. Evgenia Novozhenina/Pool photo/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Wednesday

Pallets of bottled water are unloaded at a Kroger store in north Jackson, Miss., on Tuesday. The grocery chain and other stores are helping address the challenges of the city's longstanding water system problems by making more drinking water available for customers. Rogelio V. Solis/AP hide caption

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Wednesday

Russian President Vladimir Putin hands flowers to Alina Kabaeva after awarding her with an Order of Friendship during a ceremony at the Kremlin in June 2001. Sergei Chirikov/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Friday

Alexandra Forseth (left) and Gabriela Zambrano Hill stand in front of a mural of their father, Alirio Jose Zambrano, at an event hosted by the Bring Our Families Home Campaign in Washington, D.C., on July 20. The State Department says both their father and an uncle, Jose Luis Zambrano, are wrongfully detained in Venezuela. Shuran Huang for NPR hide caption

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Thursday

President Biden arrives at the White House on Jan. 29, 2021. On Thursday, the White House announced that Biden had tested positive for COVID-19. Jim Watson/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Wednesday

The death of Jayland Walker has spurred days of protest in Akron, Ohio, after the release of police bodycam footage showing officers shooting the 25-year-old Black man dozens of times. Bryan Olin Dozier/Reuters hide caption

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Thursday

Semi-automatic weapons are displayed during the National Rifle Association's annual meeting last month in Houston. Patrick T. Fallon/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Thursday

Shelves normally meant for baby formula sit nearly empty at a store in downtown Washington, D.C., on May 22. Samuel Corum/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Friday

Peter Lyoya holds up a picture of his son Patrick Lyoya, 26, in his home in Lansing, Mich., on April 14. Patrick was facedown on the ground when he was fatally shot in the head by a Grand Rapids police officer this month. Anna Nichols/AP hide caption

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Wednesday

For the first time in the history of the March Madness tournament, NCAA athletes will be able to profit off their names, images and likenesses. Above, Reggie Chaney of the Houston Cougars and Flo Thamba of the Baylor Bears compete for the opening tipoff during the 2021 tournament. Jamie Squire/Getty Images hide caption

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Tuesday

As Russian forces began their invasion of Ukraine last week, artists in the Syrian city of Binnish painted a mural to show solidarity with Ukraine. It was painted on what's left of a home destroyed by Russian aircraft during Syria's civil war. Omar Haj Kadour/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Monday

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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Monday

Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson gives an update on relaxing restrictions imposed on the country during pandemic at a virtual press conference at Downing Street on July 5. WPA Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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Wednesday

Search and rescue personnel work alongside heavy machinery Wednesday to sift through the rubble at the Champlain Towers South condo building, where scores of people remain missing almost a week after it partially collapsed. Lynne Sladky/AP hide caption

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Tuesday

The World Health Organization says it will start assigning new names for variants of the coronavirus based on letters from the Greek alphabet — part of an effort to help avoid stigmatization around the virus. Fabrice Coffrini/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Monday

Pro-Palestinian protesters face off with Israel supporters and police last week in Times Square in New York City. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Friday