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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un (left) and South Korean President Moon Jae-in embrace after signing the Panmunjom Declaration for Peace, Prosperity and Unification of the Korean Peninsula during the Inter-Korean Summit on Friday. NurPhoto via Getty Images hide caption

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Steel coils sit on wagons leaving a factory in Duisburg, Germany on March 2. U.S. President Trump Monday decided to hold off on imposing most steel and aluminum tariffs until at least June 1. Martin Meissner/AP hide caption

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Trump Administration Delays Most Tariffs On Steel, Aluminum

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A couple sits on Belle Isle while looking at the skyline in Detroit, Michigan, in 2017. The city has been released from state oversight of its finances after several years of scrutiny. Anthony Lanzilote/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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A 2014 photo shows coral on Australia's Great Barrier Reef. The Australian government is dedicating hundreds of millions of dollars to protecting and researching the reef. William West/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The Shorja market in central Baghdad, bustling in early April, was targeted in attacks in 2007. Sabah Arar/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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15 Years After U.S. Invasion, Some Iraqis Are Nostalgic For Saddam Hussein Era

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U.S. Marines fire the Carl Gustav rocket system during live-fire training last October. With each firing, the shooter's brain is exposed to pulses of high pressure air emanating from the explosion that travel faster than the speed of sound. Sgt. Aaron Patterson/3rd Marine Division/DVIDS hide caption

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Report To Army Finds Blast From Some Weapons May Put Shooter's Brain At Risk

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U.S. Navy Rear Adm. Ronny Jackson, M.D., before a meeting on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., earlier this month. Jackson, who abandoned his nomination to be secretary of Veterans Affairs amid numerous allegations, will not return to the job of President Trump's personal physician but will remain on the White House medical staff, Politico reported Sunday. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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Rear Adm. Ronny Jackson, on Capitol Hill before he withdrew from consideration to be Veterans Affairs secretary. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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Official Says Investigation Doesn't Support Allegations Against White House Doctor

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Joseph James DeAngelo, who authorities suspect is the so-called Golden State Killer responsible for at least a dozen murders, is arraigned in Sacramento, Calif., on Friday. Rich Pedroncelli/AP hide caption

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