More than eight months after the battle ended the government hasn't restored electricity or running water in Mosul's Old City. Hundreds of residents with nowhere else to go have come back to try to live in their damaged houses.
Dallas Seavey leaves Koyukuk after taking his 8 hour rest in the 2017 Iditarod. Seavey vigorously denies that he drugged his team, and faults the Iditarod's board of directors for mishandling the investigation, hurting his reputation in the process.
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The Israeli film Foxtrot is a searing critique of a society stuck in perpetual war. (Left to right: Gefen Barkai, Shaul Amir, Dekel Adin and Yonatan Shiray.)
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Carly was finally reunited with her dog Abby at home in Apollo, Pa., last month. Carly attends college at Miami University in Ohio and has two jobs, so she couldn't get back to see Abby right away.
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Ashley Copeland (right) talks to her mom Sue Iverson in the Swedish Medical Center emergency department, near Denver. Copeland got a nerve-blocking anesthetic instead of opioids to ease her severe headache. At discharge she was advised to use over-the-counter painkillers, if necessary.
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In November 1965, Joe Galloway snapped this photo of his childhood friend Vince Cantu during the Battle of the Ia Drang Valley, without realizing who was pictured. Vince was rushing to pick up the body of American soldier in Plei Me, South Vietnam, to transport him home. The photo would ultimately run in several magazines.
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