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Rapper A$AP Rocky (right) appears in a Los Angeles courtroom on Wednesday. He pleaded not guilty to two counts of assault with a semiautomatic firearm related to a shooting in Hollywood last November. Irfan Khan/AP hide caption

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American journalist Austin Tice (portrait at left) was abducted in Syria in 2012. Here, his parents, Debra and Marc Tice, give a news conference in Beirut in 2018. Joseph Eid/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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This 2014 illustration made available by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention depicts a polio virus particle. Sarah Poser, Meredith Boyter Newlove/CDC via AP hide caption

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Presidents' speeches announcing the death of an enemy can reveal a lot, experts say

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President Barack Obama delivers a televised statement that Osama bin Laden was killed in 2011. President Donald Trump makes a statement announcing the death of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in 2019. President Biden announces on Monday that a U.S. drone strike in Afghanistan killed al-Qaida leader Ayman al-Zawahiri. Brendan Smialowski/Pool; Alex Wong; Jim Watson/Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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The Q nightclub in New York City received rave reviews after it opened and was often very busy. After just over a year open, the club is now the subject of controversy following a lawsuit. The Q NYC Facebook hide caption

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Sue Bell holds one of more than a dozen beagles that arrived at the headquarters of animal rescue group Homeward Trails in Fairfax Station, Va., on Thursday, while posing for a portrait. The dogs were a small portion of the roughly 4,000 beagles rescued from a research facility where the conditions were found to be inhumane. Amanda Andrade-Rhoades for NPR hide caption

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