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U.S. forward Alex Morgan celebrates her hat trick with defender Tobin Heath (17) and other teammates during the second half of a Tournament of Nations soccer match against Japan in July 2018.
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The Sunrise Movement has organized protests like this one in July in Philadelphia to pressure the Democratic National Committee to hold a primary debate focused on climate change.
Cindy McCain, widow of late Sen. John McCain, at home in Phoenix. She says she thinks Republicans and Democrats can get back to being more civil. "I think it's going to take some time. There's a lot of healing to be done. But I think we can do it," she says.
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A new survey finds that a majority of Americans, including gun owners, support laws that allow family members or law enforcement to request temporary removal of guns from a person who is seen to be a risk to themselves or others.
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A leaked Brexit document predicts a "catastrophic collapse" of the U.K.'s infrastructure if Britain leaves the EU with no deal. Above, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson gestures as he speaks outside 10 Downing Street in London in July.