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Voters in Santa Clara County are deciding Tuesday whether to remove Judge Aaron Persky from office after he sentenced a former Stanford University swimmer convicted of sexual assault to a short jail sentence instead of prison. Jeff Chiu/AP hide caption

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Laryssa Bonacquisti, Miss Louisiana 2017, participates in the swimsuit challenge during last fall's Miss America competition in Atlantic City, N.J. The segment won't be a part of the competition starting this year. Donald Kravitz/Getty Images for Dick Clark Productions hide caption

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A man works in a steel distribution factory in Monterrey in northern Mexico last week, when the U.S. tariffs on steel and aluminum took effect. Julio Cesar Aguilar/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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In the May 23 ruling, U.S. District Judge Naomi Reice Buchwald said that the president's account is a "public forum" and that blocking users is a violation of the First Amendment's free speech guarantee. J. David Ake/AP hide caption

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Washington Capitals center Mike Ridley celebrates his teammate Rod Langway's game-winning overtime goal against the New York Rangers in 1990. Later in the series, the Capitals would win again in overtime to take series and go to the Eastern Conference finals — and announcer Ron Weber was there for the famous call. Ron Edmonds/AP hide caption

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Facebook says it disagrees with how The New York Times is presenting data-sharing deals it has used for at least 10 years. Here, a man reads security parameters on his phone in front of a Facebook logo in Bordeaux, southwestern France. Regis Duvignau/Reuters hide caption

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A protester takes part in a March Against Monsanto in Paris in May 2016. The European chemical and pharmaceutical giant Bayer is buying Monsanto — and dropping the U.S. company's now-controversial name. Francois Mori/AP hide caption

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People wait in line to enter the U.S. Supreme Court, on April 23, 2018. There's less than a month left in the Court's term and many of the most controversial and contentious cases will be decided in the coming weeks. Mark Wilson/Getty Images hide caption

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Heath Phillips says the trauma of being sexually assaulted drove him to alcoholism and to go AWOL. Three decades later, the military has agreed to upgrade his discharge to honorable. Courtesy of Heath Phillips hide caption

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More Vets Who Are Coping With PTSD From Sexual Assaults Get Honorable Discharges

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Ted Dabney (far left) stands in front of a Pong arcade machine in 1973 with (left to right) co-founder Nolan Bushnell, head of finance Fred Marincic and the man credited with the idea for Pong, Allan Alcorn. Allan Alcorn/Computer History Museum hide caption

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ACLU of Iowa legal director Rita Bettis, shown with Emma Goldman Clinic attorney Sam Jones, said a judge's decision to temporarily block Iowa's newly passed abortion law removes uncertainty as a legal challenge to the law proceeds. Charlie Neibergall/AP hide caption

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