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Great Britain's Tom Daley knits in the stands during the Women's 3m Springboard Final at the Tokyo Aquatics Centre on the ninth day of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games in Japan. Joe Giddens - PA Images/PA Images via Getty Images hide caption

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After making history Monday, weightlifter Laurel Hubbard thanked the International Olympic Committee "for living up to the Olympic values and showing that sport is for all and that weightlifting can be done by all types of people." Swen Pförtner/dpa/picture alliance via Getty Images hide caption

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Diana Princess of Wales and Prince Charles were married in London, England on July 29, 1981. A piece of one of their official wedding cakes is expected to fetch hundreds of dollars at auction. Boris Spremo/Toronto Star via Getty Images hide caption

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Jeannie Kim holds her popular bacon and eggs breakfast at her restaurant in San Francisco. Thanks to a reworked menu and long hours, Kim managed to keep her business alive during the pandemic. That makes it all the more frustrating that she fears her breakfast-focused diner could be ruined within months by new rules that could make one of her top menu items — bacon — hard to get in California. Eric Risberg/AP hide caption

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U.S. star sprinter Allyson Felix, shown here in June during U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials, is competing this week at the Tokyo Olympics. Ashley Landis/AP hide caption

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Safiya Kitwana lives in Lithonia, Ga., and is facing eviction. She lost work during the pandemic. She's a single mom with two teenage sons. But, at least in her case, things just took a turn for the better. Lynsey Weatherspoon for NPR hide caption

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Without The CDC's Eviction Ban, Millions Could Quickly Lose Their Homes

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Randy Thomas, former executive vice president of Exodus International, denounces the group's actions and conversion therapy as a whole in the Netflix documentary Pray Away. Netflix hide caption

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Former 'Ex-Gay' Leaders Denounce 'Conversion Therapy' In A New Documentary

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Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney, D-N.Y., seen here during a House Intelligence Committee hearing in 2019, rejects the conventional wisdom that House Democrats will likely lose their majority next November. Yara Nardi/Getty Images hide caption

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Candidates Bruce Harrell (Seattle), Michelle Wu (Boston), and Aftab Pureval (Cincinnati). Elaine Thompson/AP Photo; John Minchillo/AP Photo; Jonathan Wiggs/The Boston Globe via Getty Images hide caption

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Pedestrians cross the landmark Shibuya Crossing intersection in the shopping and entertainment district of Shibuya in Tokyo on June 27, 2021. Kazuhiro Nogi/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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The Japanese Public Begins To Embrace The Tokyo Olympics

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U.S. Education Secretary Miguel Cardona visits a summer program at a Los Angeles school in mid-July. Al Seib/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images hide caption

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Students Need To Be In Classrooms, With Masks, This Fall, Education Secretary Says

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Carli Lloyd of the U.S. women's soccer team looks dejected after Monday's defeat in the semifinal match against Canada at the Tokyo Olympics. Francois Nel/Getty Images hide caption

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The U.S. Women's Soccer Team Has Lost Its Shot At The Gold Medal

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Belarus sprinter Krystsina Tsimanouskaya competed in the 100-meter run Friday. She was supposed to compete in the 200-meter race Monday, but was removed from the games by Belarus officials. Tsimanouskaya was then ushered to the airport to return home, but refused to board the plane. Martin Meissner/AP hide caption

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Second-placed USA's Raven Saunders gestures on the podium with her silver medal after competing the women's shot put event during the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at the Olympic Stadium in Tokyo on Sunday. Ina Fassbender/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Dutch athlete Sifan Hassan wins the race in the first round of women's 1,500 meter heats at the Tokyo Olympics on Monday. Matthias Hangst/Getty Images hide caption

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People from a coalition of housing justice groups hold signs protesting evictions during a news conference outside the Statehouse on Friday in Boston. Michael Dwyer/AP hide caption

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Sen. Angus King, I-Maine, center, speaks with Sen. Gary Peters, D-Mich., left, while Sen. John Kennedy, R-La., walks by at right, as the Senate voted to formally begin debate on a roughly $1 trillion infrastructure plan on Friday. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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Calvin Royal III and Isabella Boylston perform "This Bitter Earth" at the 2018 Vail Dance Festival. Erin Baiano hide caption

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Dancer Calvin Royal III Takes Center Stage At ABT — And Beyond

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