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British Prime Minister David Cameron wants to cut migration, and part of the government's plan calls for some foreign workers to leave if they are making less than 35,000 pounds (about $50,000) annually. Ben Pruchnie/Pool/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Britain To Foreign Workers: If You Don't Make $50,000 A Year, Please Leave

To reduce the number of foreign workers, some of those making less than $50,000 won't qualify to stay in Britain beyond April. Critics say the deal would cause labor shortages.

During more cordial times, Donald Trump (left) talks with New Hampshire Union Leader Publisher Joe McQuaid during a Politics and Eggs breakfast in Manchester, N.H., in 2014. Jim Cole/AP hide caption

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New Hampshire Newspaper Publisher: 'Trump Has Overturned The Table'

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Indigenous people attend the trial of two army officers accused of keeping Mayan Indian women as sex slaves during Guatemala's 36-year civil war. Johan Ordonez/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Mayan Women Accuse Military Officials Of Holding Them As Sex Slaves

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Esketa Dance
Nomade Slang Ibrahim Maalouf

Prosecutor Robert Zauzmer (left) from the U.S. attorney's office in Philadelphia will head up the Justice Department's effort on pardons. Brad Bower/AP hide caption

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New Pardon Chief In Obama Justice Department Inherits A Huge Backlog

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NorteƱa del Sur Bostich & Fussible & Bostich + Fussible
Something Good Alt-J

When so-called senescent cells were removed from mice, they were healthier and lived longer than mice that still had the cells. Philippe Merle/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Boosting Life Span By Clearing Out Cellular Clutter

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Fly in the Soup Earl Moseley
Manic Depressive Omer Avital, Aaron Goldberg et. al.

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Britain To Foreign Workers: If You Don't Make $50,000 A Year, Please Leave

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Jackson Slavic Soul Party!
Galope Maga Bo & Robertinho Barreto

A patient suffering from Guillain-Barre syndrome recovers in a hospital ward in San Salvador on Jan. 27. Researchers are trying to determine whether there is a link between the disorder, which can cause weakness and paralysis, and the mosquito-borne Zika virus. Marvin Recinos /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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CDC Sees Major Challenges Ahead In The Fight Against Zika

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Earl Harvin Garage a Trois
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Last Crusade Sam Roberts Band

Scientists have the ability to use DNA from three adults to make one embryo. But should they? A. Dudzinski/Science Source hide caption

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Babies With Genes From 3 People Could Be Ethical, Panel Says

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Fly and Unfold Christian Pabst

A customer looks at a book at Amazon Books, the first brick-and-mortar retail store for the online retail giant, on Nov. 3 in Seattle. Elaine Thompson/AP hide caption

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Is Amazon Planning Hundreds Of Bookstores? Analysts Doubt It

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Holographic Universe Thievery Corporation
Up From the South The Budos Band

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'I Do Like To Stare': Catherine Opie On Her Portraits Of Modern America

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Duane Eubanks As Is

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