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A man wades through flooded streets during a No. 10 Hurricane Signal raised for Typhoon Mangkhut in Hong Kong on Sunday. Anthony Kwan/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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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. Phyllis B. Dooney for NPR hide caption

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Former Guantanamo guard Steve Wood, right, flew to Mauritania this spring to visit Mohamedou Ould Slahi — the detainee he once spent his days guarding. Slahi was released from Guantanamo in 2016. Courtesy of Mohamedou Slahi hide caption

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A Guantanamo Guard And His Detainee Reunite

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Cheese sculptor Sarah Kaufmann poses with her masterpiece, depicting "Great Dairy Moo-ments in Cheese History" on display at this year's Indiana State Fair. It weighs in at almost half a ton. Courtesy of Allison Pareis hide caption

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'You Never Know Where Cheese Takes You': Dairy Sculptor Savors The Moo-ments

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Charles Koch, head of Koch Industries, spoke against "protectionism" at a gathering of political donors last week. Bo Rader/Wichita Eagle/MCT via Getty Images hide caption

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GOP Donor Questions His Support For Koch Network After Trump Criticism

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Emergency workers in Salisbury, England, last week investigated two recent cases of nerve agent exposure. British police say Dawn Sturgess was staying in Salisbury before she showed signs of sickness in nearby Amesbury on June 30. She died Sunday. Jack Taylor/Getty Images hide caption

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Commission members recommended that the monument to Jefferson Davis be taken down. The bronze statue was unveiled in 1907 at a reunion of thousands of Confederate veterans. Barry Winiker/Getty Images hide caption

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