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Retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, then 91, works in his office at the Supreme Court on Sept. 28, 2011. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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Retired Justice John Paul Stevens, A Maverick On The Bench, Dies At 99

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Former acting Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights John Gore speaks at the Justice Department in 2018 in Washington, D.C. Gore and other Trump administration officials are accused of providing false or misleading statements about the origins of a citizenship question they tried to get on the 2020 census. Aaron P. Bernstein/Getty Images hide caption

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An arrest has been made in connection with the killing of Sadie Roberts-Joseph, who was found dead in the trunk of her car last week. Above, Roberts-Joseph stands between Sgt. Kyle Callihan (left) and Sgt. Michael Gauthier, who are with the Baton Rouge Police Department. Courtesy of Baton Rouge Police Department hide caption

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Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter begins closing statements during the opioid trial at the Cleveland County Courthouse in Norman, Okla., on Monday, July 15. It's the first public trial to emerge from roughly 2,000 U.S. lawsuits aimed at holding drugmakers accountable for the nation's opioid epidemic. Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman hide caption

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Pain Meds As Public Nuisance? Oklahoma Tests A Legal Strategy For Opioid Addiction

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Diver swimming over Elkhorn Coral in the Florida Keys. Elevated nutrients as well as elevated temperatures are causing a massive loss of this iconic branching species in Florida. JW Porter/University of Georgia hide caption

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Florida's Corals Are Dying Off, But It's Not All Due To Climate Change, Study Says

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Adolf Eichmann, standing in a glass booth and flanked by guards, in the Jerusalem courtroom during his trial in 1961 for war crimes committed during World War II. AP hide caption

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President Trump described the immigration plan presented at a Cabinet meeting on Tuesday as "the best of everything." Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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An alligator that eluded capture for a week in a Chicago park is now in custody, officials announced Tuesday. The gator is seen here in an image provided by Chicago Animal Care and Control. Kelley Gandurski/AP hide caption

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Bacteria (purple) in the bloodstream can trigger sepsis, a life-threatening illness. Steve Gschmeissner/ScienceSource hide caption

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Regulations That Mandate Sepsis Care Appear To Have Worked In New York

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Members of Black Lives Matter of Greater New York and allies hold a protest rally last month in New York City's Times Square demanding justice for Eric Garner, who died after he was put in a chokehold by an NYPD officer in 2014. Erik McGregor/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images hide caption

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U.S. lawmakers will question lobbyists and officials from Facebook, Google, Amazon and Apple on an array of issues. Reuters hide caption

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'Facebook Is Dangerous:' Firms In Hot Seat As Congress Probes Big Tech

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A now-closed Irish pub in Lawrence, Mass., displayed an old "Help Wanted/No Irish Need Apply" — a common sight across the country in the mid-1800s. Jonathan Wiggs/Boston Globe via Getty Images hide caption

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With Latest Nativist Rhetoric, Trump Takes America Back To Where It Came From

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