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In this photo provided by U.S. Navy, the Virginia-class fast-attack submarine USS Missouri (SSN 780) departs Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam for a scheduled deployment Sept. 1, 2021. Chief Petty Officer Amanda Gray/AP hide caption

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The USS Missouri, pictured in Hawaii earlier this month, is one of the U.S. Navy's nuclear-powered submarines. The U.S., U.K. and Australia signed into a partnership last week that will provide Australia with eight nuclear-powered submarines. Chief Mass Communication Specialist Amanda R. Gray/U.S. Navy via AP hide caption

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A U.S. Park Ranger vehicle drives in the Spread Creek area in the Bridger-Teton National Forest, just east of Grand Teton National Park off U.S. Highway 89, on Sunday, in Wyoming. Authorities say they have found a body believed to be Gabrielle "Gabby" Petito, who went missing on a trip with her boyfriend. Amber Baesler/AP hide caption

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Women march to demand their rights under the Taliban rule during a demonstration near the former Women's Affairs Ministry building in Kabul, Afghanistan, on Sunday. The interim mayor of Afghanistan's capital said that many female city employees have been ordered to stay home by the country's new Taliban rulers. AP hide caption

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People opposed to COVID-19 vaccines often embrace ivermectin, a drug that's been touted as an effective prevention and treatment for COVID-19, which they think is not getting the attention it deserves. Here, an anti-vaccination protester takes part in a rally against vaccine mandates, in Santa Monica, Calif. Ringo Chiu/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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A meeting of the table banking group at the home of a member. The photo is from 2019, when No Sex for Fish (and the village) were thriving. Julia Gunther for NPR hide caption

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Nick Prior adds a keeper to the box for his grandfather Verge to band its claws. Nick hopes to continue the family tradition but isn't sure lobstering is sustainable as a career. Shannon Mullen for NPR hide caption

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Pamela Williams, a driving instructor with DSC Training Academy, stands in front of one of the academy's trucks on June 29. Williams has been driving for seven years and enjoys seeing the country from the road. Stephan Bisaha/Gulf States Newsroom hide caption

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Truck Driving Has Long Been A Man's World. Meet The Women Changing That

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Migrants walk across the Rio Grande River carrying food and other supplies back to a makeshift encampment under the International Bridge in Del Rio, Texas, on Friday. Jordan Vonderhaar/Getty Images hide caption

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Georgian chess champion Nona Gaprindashvili plays at the International Chess Congress in London on Dec. 30, 1964. She is suing Netflix for defamation and invasion of privacy over its series The Queen's Gambit. Stanley Sherman/Getty Images hide caption

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