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Women wore headscarves as they gathered for the Muslim call to prayer in Hagley Park in Christchurch on Friday. The call was broadcast across New Zealand in memory of 50 people who were killed in attacks at two mosques last Friday.
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Senior adviser to the President Jared Kushner used private email and a messaging app to conduct official business, the House oversight committee says. Kushner's lawyer has pushed back on some of the committee's assertions.
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The Facebook logo photographed in 2018 at the company's headquarters in California. On Tuesday, Facebook said it found millions of user passwords stored in plain, readable text in its internal data storage systems.
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Irsi Castillo of Honduras holds her 3-year-old daughter just after crossing the Rio Grande into the U.S. at El Paso, Texas. Castillo is one in the surge of thousands of migrants claiming asylum at the U.S.-Mexico border.
A 2011 file photo of Federal Election Commission Chair Ellen Weintraub. Weintraub warns that a new federal court decision could open the way for fraudsters to bilk political donors.
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Colombian police escort a Venezuelan soldier into Cúcuta, Colombia. The soldier surrendered at a bridge crossing the Venezuela-Colombia border, where people tried to carry humanitarian aid into Venezuela on Feb. 23.
Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers, a Democrat, delivers the State of the State address on Jan. 22. On Thursday, a Wisconsin county judge restored the governor's powers that had been restricted by Republicans during a lame-duck session.
Authorities intercepted a woman using this drug kit in preparation for shooting up a mix of heroin and fentanyl inside a Walmart bathroom last month in Manchester, N.H. Fentanyl offers a particularly potent high but also can shut down breathing in under a minute.
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A damaged door frame is seen at the home of Roberto Marrero in Caracas on Thursday. Opposition leader Juan Guaidó says his chief of staff was detained by Venezuelan intelligence agents.