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A mobile COVID-19 vaccination center in Bolton, U.K., sends a message earlier this month. Variants that were first found in various places are wreaking havoc on the global fight to control this coronavirus.
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White House press secretary Jen Psaki tells reporters Monday she doesn't expect to see the "magical 10 votes" from Republicans needed to advance Democrats' sweeping election overhaul legislation.
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"I am appalled and embarrassed and want to barf that I ever mouthed along to that word," says Billie Eilish after an old video emerged showing her mouthing along to a racist slur in a song.
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New York mayoral candidate Maya Wiley greets voters in the East Flatbush area of Brooklyn. New Yorkers are voting in primary elections Tuesday, after a closely watched race.
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Flora Dillard says the help she received in upgrading her house and cutting her energy bills is "a very good program, especially for people that don't have a lot of income." She has lived in the house for 15 years.
New York City Democratic mayoral candidate Andrew Yang prepares to cast his ballot at an early voting site last week. The election provides America's biggest-yet test for ranked-choice voting.
Demonstrators wave the Palestinian flag during a protest in Damascus Gate, just outside Jerusalem's Old City on June 19. Palestinians and Jewish settlers hurled stones, chairs and fireworks at each other in a tense Jerusalem neighborhood, where settler groups are trying to evict several Palestinian families, officials said Tuesday.
White House press secretary Jen Psaki holds a press briefing at the White House on Monday. Reporters asked about the administration's next steps on voting rights.
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Manatees are large marine mammals native to Florida that spend their time grazing on sea grass in shallow coastal areas. Since January, recorded manatee deaths have been nearly triple that of the same period for each of the past five years.
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Alexander Popov, who was arrested on suspicion of murder in the death of Catherine Serou, sits behind the glass in a courtroom in the Russian city of Gorodets on June 20.
New Zealand weightlifter Laurel Hubbard celebrates completing a lift at the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Australia. Hubbard has been named to New Zealand's team at the Tokyo Olympics, making her the first openly transgender competitor at the Olympics.
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