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Gavin Clarkson of Las Cruces, N.M., speaks at the Albuquerque bureau of The Associated Press earlier this year. On Nov. 20, a Washington, D.C., court clerk failed to recognize New Mexico as a state and said Clarkson's driver's license was not a valid ID for obtaining a marriage license. Russell Contreras/AP hide caption

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Tavi Gevinson, who started the online magazine Rookie when she was 15, announced Friday that the site will shut down. Gevinson, who at 22 is now a writer and actress, is seen here in New York City in 2016. Nicholas Hunt/WireImage hide caption

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The Food and Drug Administration has seen a sharp increase in applications for drug to treat rare diseases. An oversight report found problems with how agency is handling them. Al Drago/CQ Roll Call/Getty Images hide caption

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The beached pilot whales lie in clusters, dead on the shore of Hanson Bay in the Chatham Islands. Workers with New Zealand's Department of Conservation sought to prepare the 51 bodies for burial Friday. Department of Conservation New Zealand via Reuters hide caption

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Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke (right) has suggested that Arizona Rep. Raul Grijalva (left), who is in line to chair the House committee overseeing the Department of the Interior, is a drunk. Alex Edelman/Getty Images; George Frey/Getty Images hide caption

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Blac Chyna poses with her new face cream, Whitenicious, in a video ad on her Instagram. The ad creates a glamorous image to appeal to a high-end audience for the $250-a-jar product. blacchyna via Instagram/Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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A medical worker holds a measles-rubella vaccine at a health station in Banda Aceh, Indonesia. Chaideer Mahyuddin/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A street candy seller walks along the U.S.-Mexico border fence in Mexicali, Mexico, while U.S. Army soldiers fortify it with barbed wire. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis is likely to reduce the number of active-duty U.S. troops who are currently deployed at the Mexico border, from around 5,900 to around 4,000. Luis Boza/VIEW press/Corbis via Getty Images hide caption

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