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Crews observe the continuing eruption in Halema'uma'u at Kilauea in the early morning of Dec. 28. Overnight, the western vent in the wall of Halema'uma'u continued to erupt. D. Downs/USGS hide caption

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Left to Right: Tens of billions of locusts descended on Kenya, Somalia and Ethiopia; Protesters demonstrate after a U.S. airstrike in Iraq killed Iranian Revolutionary Guard Gen. Qassem Soleimani; Riot police detain a man during a protest in Hong Kong; Kangaroos flee a bush fire in Australia. Fredrik Lerneryd/Getty Images; Ebrahim Noroozi/AP; Dale De La Rey/AFP via Getty Images; Saeed Khan/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Bob Gruen calls this 1970 photograph of Tina Turner "one of the best pictures I've ever taken." Bob Gruen/Bob Gruen Studios hide caption

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Cameras, Chaos And Cognac: How Bob Gruen Photographed The Spirit Of Rock 'N' Roll

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Children climb a tree on the grounds of a school in La Rivera Hernandez, a neighborhood in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, that is notorious for high levels of violence in a city that has some of the highest homicide rates in the world. Danielle Villasana hide caption

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Danielle Villasana

Homestead, Fla. - Simone Allison Katie Hayes Luke hide caption

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Katie Hayes Luke

Postcards From Americans: What Motivates People To Vote

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After making a new life in the U.S., Jacob Moscovitch's mother, or Imma, raised three kids and led the household while working a part-time job. Moscovitch says his older sister Simone told him, "Imma is my superhero, no cape necessary." Here, Imma stands for a portrait in her bedroom on May 8. Jacob Moscovitch hide caption

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Jacob Moscovitch

Angel Woman. Graciela Iturbide hide caption

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Graciela Iturbide, The Artistic Soul Of Mexico

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(Left) During the coronavirus pandemic, cleaning has become more intense and important. Gloves used for cleaning photographer Celeste Alonso's house in Buenos Aires, Argentina. (Right) Plants on Alonso's balcony. Celeste Alonso hide caption

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Celeste Alonso

A house designed by Paul R. Williams in La Cañada Flintridge, Calif. The first licensed Black architect west of the Mississippi, Williams was known for using curves to create a sense of intimacy, even in grand spaces. Janna Ireland hide caption

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'Regarding Paul R. Williams' Honors Legacy Of LA's Barrier-Breaking Black Architect

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