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California Attorney General Xavier Becerra (left) and Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti announced the city and county of Los Angeles, plus four other cities, were joining California's lawsuit over the 2020 census citizenship question in May. Damian Dovarganes/AP hide caption

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A police officer speaks to a man walking on New Haven Green, Wednesday, Aug. 15, in New Haven, Conn. More than a 100 people fell ill from suspected drug overdoses linked to a batch of synthetic marijuana laced with fubinaca. Bill Sikes/AP hide caption

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The Satanic Temple unveils its statue of Baphomet, a winged-goat creature, at a rally in Little Rock, Ark., Thursday. The group wants to install the statue on Capitol grounds because a monument of the Ten Commandments was placed there in 2017. Hannah Grabenstein/AP hide caption

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Esteban Santiago, seen leaving the Broward County jail for a hearing in January 2017, has been sentenced to life in prison for a shooting rampage at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. Lynne Sladky/AP hide caption

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A member of the Myanmar security forces stands guard near a military transport helicopter in Rakhine state last September, about a month into the bloody crackdown on the country's Rohingya Muslim population. STR/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The company behind a privately funded passenger train line in Florida has proposed a route that would connect Orlando and Tampa. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Pilar Navarro, now 68, has sought legal action against a Catholic hospital in Madrid where she claims a baby was secretly stolen from her in 1973. Here she is seen in a photo in 1974 holding a second baby daughter who was not taken from her. Courtesy of Pilar Navarro hide caption

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How Spanish Women Were Allegedly Targeted In 'Stolen Babies' Cases For Decades

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The U.S. says it may impose more sanctions against Turkey, as the diplomatic rift between the two countries deepens. The lira has lost about a third of its value against the dollar since January. Lefteris Pitarakis/AP hide caption

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Former CIA Director John Brennan in 2017. A group of top former officials who served under both Republican and Democratic administrations called the revocation of Brennan's security clearance "unprecedented." Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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An Ebola patient is being checked by two medical workers on Wednesday in Beni, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo's North Kivu region. John Wessels/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Teachers visit the Baltimore Teacher Supply Swap, perusing racks of educational posters and tubs of rulers. Eslah Attar/NPR hide caption

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Teachers Turning To Free Supply Shops To Outfit Their Classrooms

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Omarosa Manigault Newman, who appeared on NBC on Monday, released excerpts of a tape on Thursday that she said involved an offer of a Trump campaign job in return for her silence. Zach Pagano/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images hide caption

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Incoming CEO of United States Olympic Committee Sarah Hirshland (3rd L) listens during a Senate hearing in July. The hearing was to focus on changes made by the United States Olympic Committee (USOC), USA Gymnastics (USAG), and Michigan State University (MSU) to protect Olympic and amateur athletes from abuse. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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Calls For Widespread Change Challenge Incoming Head Of U.S. Olympic Committee

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King Bass sits and watches the Holy Fire burn from on top of his parents' car as his sister, Princess, rests her head on his shoulder last week in Lake Elsinore, Calif. More than a thousand firefighters battled to keep a raging Southern California forest fire from reaching foothill neighborhoods. Patrick Record/AP hide caption

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Politics Of Wildfires: Biggest Battle Is In California's Capital

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Michael Vigil, an oil contractor from Douglas, Wyo., traveled 250 miles to Denver to have his aortic valve replaced in May. He said he would have preferred his local hospital do the procedure. Courtesy of Michael Vigil hide caption

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Beto O'Rourke speaks at the Texas Democratic Convention in June. The winner of the party's U.S. Senate primary has embraced progressive positions — at times including impeaching President Trump. Richard W. Rodriguez/AP hide caption

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To Win Texas, Beto O'Rourke Is Running To The Left

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