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Saturday

A general view of the the archaeological excavations of Herculaneum in southern Italy. Marco Cantile/LightRocket via Getty Images hide caption

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Friday

Police prepare to open fire with tear gas and nonlethal rounds on a group of demonstrators protesting the death of George Floyd on May 29, 2020, in Minneapolis, Minn. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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Thursday

A rainbow appears behind a flooded neighborhood in Jamaica Beach, Texas, on Thursday. Brandon Bell/Getty Images North America hide caption

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The sun rises over Florida on Thursday morning, hours ahead of the arrival of the summer solstice in the Northern Hemisphere. Malcolm Denmark/FloridaToday/USA Today Network hide caption

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Archaeologists on a multi-year restoration project found 35 bottles of cherries and berries in five different pits in the Mount Vernon cellar. George Brown/Mount Vernon Ladies’ Association hide caption

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Wednesday

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Tuesday

In this photo provided by the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board, U.S. Coast Guard marine safety engineers survey the aft titanium endcap from the Titan submersible, in the North Atlantic Ocean in October 2023. AP/U.S. National Transportation Safety Board hide caption

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A year after the Titan submersible implosion, investigators still don't have answers

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Friday

A satellite image provided by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration shows Hurricane Idalia, center, over Florida and crossing into Georgia, and Hurricane Franklin, right, as it moves along off the East coast of the U.S., on Aug. 30, 2023. AP/NOAA hide caption

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Thursday

Wednesday

Joey Chestnut emerges victorious after eating 63 hot dogs in 10 minutes during the 2022 Nathans Famous Fourth of July International Hot Dog Eating Contest in New York City. Kena Betancur/Getty Images hide caption

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Nathan's hot-dog eating contest bans Joey Chestnut over Impossible deal

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Friday

An aerial view of Pointe du Hoc, a clifftop in Cricqueville-en-Bessin, on the French western Norman coast, taken in October 2018. Damien Meyer/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Tuesday

Beyonce, a beagle with one ear, pictured at Homeward Trails Animal Rescue in Fairfax, Va., in 2022 after being rescued from the Envigo breeding and research facility. Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images hide caption

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