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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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Donald Trump Jr. talked with Senate investigators about his family's real estate dealings in September 2017. The Judiciary Committee released his testimony earlier this year. Bob Levey/Getty Images for Left/Right TV hide caption

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Marriott said that for 327 million guests of its Starwood network, which includes Westin hotels like this one near San Francisco, the compromised data includes dates of birth and passport numbers. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Marriott Says Up To 500 Million Customers' Data Stolen In Breach

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Mexican President-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador waves to supporters during his national tour to thank those who voted for him in the July 1 elections, at the Plaza de las Tres Culturas in Mexico City, in late September. Rodrigo Arangua/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Mexico's New Populist President Takes Office On Saturday

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Police respond on Sept. 17, 2017, in St. Louis to demonstrators protesting the acquittal of former St. Louis police officer Jason Stockley, who had been charged with first-degree murder in a 2011 on-duty shooting. A federal grand jury on Thursday indicted three officers who responded to the protests in the beating of a fourth officer, who was working undercover that night. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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Students of the Westminster Choir College perform with the Vienna Philharmonic at New York's Carnegie Hall in 2015. Hiroyuki Ito/Getty Images hide caption

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Why Is The Chinese Government Trying To Buy A School In New Jersey?

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"Drawing has made it possible for me to stay close to Joy when she is no longer here," Jonathan Santlofer writes in his memoir, The Widower's Notebook. Courtesy of Jonathan Santlofer hide caption

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Author And Artist Illustrates Life After A Sudden Death In 'Widower's Notebook'

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Hundreds of public housing residents are becoming food entrepreneurs thanks to Food Business Pathways, a free 10-week program that offers food-loving New York City Housing Authority residents customized business training and resources. New York City Housing Authority hide caption

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In experiments involving people with epilepsy, targeted zaps of the lateral orbitofrontal cortex region of the brain helped ease depressive symptoms. Getty Images hide caption

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Scientists Improve Mood By Stimulating A Brain Area Above The Eyes

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Syringes of fentanyl, an opioid painkiller, sit in an inpatient facility in Salt Lake City. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, opioid-related overdoses have contributed to the life expectancy drop in the U.S. Rick Bowmer/AP hide caption

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