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Pelé appears at Pelé: The Collection, presented by Julien's Auctions in London on June 1, 2016. Neil Hall/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images hide caption

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Pelé, who made soccer 'The Beautiful Game,' dies at 82

Pelé was one of the world's best soccer players who was the sport's global face for decades. The Brazilian legend was a wizard on the field who dazzled fans, teammates and competitors alike.

FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried leaves Manhattan Federal Court after his first court appearance in New York. Federal prosecutors have charged him with criminal fraud. Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images hide caption

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2022 was the year crypto came crashing down to Earth

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Australia's Great Barrier Reef is being hit hard by climate change, but new research is showing how some corals are more resilient to heat. Sam McNeil/AP hide caption

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How can coral reefs deal with climate change? Get better roommates

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A copy of The Birmingham News rests on a rack at the downtown public library in Birmingham, Ala. The company that runs the newspaper and two sister papers says it will permanently stop print publication after Feb. 26, 2023. Debbie Elliott/NPR hide caption

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For 3 big Alabama newspapers, the presses are grinding to a halt

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Pelé appears at Pelé: The Collection, presented by Julien's Auctions in London on June 1, 2016. Neil Hall/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images hide caption

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Pelé, who made soccer 'The Beautiful Game,' dies at 82

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Pelé, who made soccer 'The Beautiful Game,' dies at 82

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Kaitlyn and Landon Joshua were worried for Kaitlyn's health when she started to bleed heavily and had labor-like pains early in her pregnancy. But two different emergency rooms she went to wouldn't confirm she was miscarrying or explain her treatment options. Claire Bangser for NPR hide caption

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Bleeding and in pain, she couldn't get 2 Louisiana ERs to answer: Is it a miscarriage?

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