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COMIC: Our sun was born with thousands of other stars. Where did they all go?

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A fighter plane takes off for patrol and military exercises around Taiwan carried out by the Eastern Theater Command of the Chinese People's Liberation Army, April 8. Xinhua News Agency via Getty Images hide caption

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China is subtly increasing military pressure on Taiwan. Here's how

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A view shows an area of Al Ahli Arab Hospital where hundreds of Palestinians were killed in a blast. The blast area was relatively small but occurred in a courtyard packed with Palestinian civilians. Mohammed Al-Masri/Reuters hide caption

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The Smithfield feed processing mill producing food for nearby hog-raising farms in Milford, Utah. Jon G. Fuller/VW Pics/ Universal Images Group via Getty Images hide caption

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China owns 380,000 acres of land in the U.S. Here's where

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What the 2020 census can — and can't — tell us about LGBTQ+ people

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COMIC: How to explore your gender identity as an adult

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Aquatic plants and debris are exposed by the falling water levels at the Kakhovka Reservoir. Researchers say that the draining of the reservoir by Russian forces are but one example of the war's effect on Ukraine's water supply. Dmytro Smoliyenko / Ukrinform/Future Publishing via Getty hide caption

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Dropping water levels in the Zaporizhzhia region of Ukraine have exposed fishing nets and roots of aquatic plants along the shoreline of the Dnipro river. Dmytro Smoliyenko/Ukrinform/Future Publishing via Getty Images hide caption

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Russia is draining a massive Ukrainian reservoir, endangering a nuclear plant

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These 7 charts show how life got pricier (and, yes, cheaper!) in 2022

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