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Attorney Michael Cohen arrives at Trump Tower for meetings with then-President-elect Donald Trump in December 2016. Bryan R. Smith/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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FBI Raids Office Of Longtime Trump Attorney Michael Cohen

The president unloaded on special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation and Attorney General Jeff Sessions hours after the FBI executed search warrants against Michael Cohen.

Ballad of Barbara Allen Goldmund
Foggy Day Ahmad Jamal
Let Me Ride (Instrumental Version) Breakbeat Kings
Vibe Melvv
Beg 2 Differ Panik

Toys left by neighbors for the Turpin's children sit on the front of the home of David and Louise Turpin in Perris, Calif., on Jan. 24, 2018. The Turpins are accused of abusing their 13 children, ranging from 2 to 29, before they were rescued on Jan. 14 from their home in Perris. Damian Dovarganes/AP hide caption

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California Lawmakers Consider How To Regulate Home Schools After Abuse Discovery

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Best Believe IAMNOBODI
Ten Tigers Bonobo

Pigeons fly past the company logo of Sinovel Wind Co., Ltd. outside its head office in Beijing, in 2011. In January 2018, Sinovel was convicted in the U.S. of stealing trade secrets from American Superconductor. Stringer China/Reuters hide caption

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It Was A Company With A Lot Of Promise. Then A Chinese Customer Stole Its Technology

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In A Quiet Place, John Krasinski plays Lee Abbott. The movie follows a family that lives in a post-apocalyptic world, where super-hearing creatures will kill them in they make a sound. Jonny Cournoyer © 2018 Paramount Pictures. hide caption

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Yes, You Really Do Hear Each Crunch Of Popcorn While Watching 'A Quiet Place'

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A Quiet Family Marco Beltrami
I Saw the Bright Shinies The Octopus Project

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is escorted by police on his way to a meeting Monday with U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., ranking member of the Senate Judiciary Committee. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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The Rise — And Stall — Of Facebook Founder Mark Zuckerberg

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Attorney Michael Cohen arrives at Trump Tower for meetings with then-President-elect Donald Trump in December 2016. Bryan R. Smith/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Trump Blasts 'Total Witch Hunt' After FBI Raids His Longtime Attorney's Office

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Bag of Bones Felix Laband
Food - Instrumental BadBadNotGood, Ghostface Killah
Cherry Wine Overcoats
Quiet Voices Mike Voss

Skinny jeans have remained the dominant style for denim for more than a decade. But denim-makers are innovating in other ways to compete with leggings and yoga pants. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Denim Companies Stretch To Compete With Leggings

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116th St Lettuce

Carlos do Carmo performs in New York for the first time at Town Hall NYC on April 7, 2018 as part of Fado Festival New York. Sachyn Mital/Courtesy of Town Hall NYC hide caption

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At 78, Carlos Do Carmo, The 'Sinatra Of Fado,' Makes His New York Debut

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Poor Relations Mr Twin Sister