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Rochelle Washington (left) and Latresa Scaff (right) look on Thursday in New York City, as attorney Gloria Allred holds up a picture of them as teenagers on the night R. Kelly allegedly made sexual advances on them. Seth Wenig/AP hide caption

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A man carries South Sudan's national flag at Mangateen Internal Displaced persons center in Juba on November 17, 2018. Sudan's civil war has led to the displacement of millions of people. Akuot Chol/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Roger Stone, accompanied by his wife, Nydia, arrives at federal court in Washington, D.C., on Thursday. The former campaign adviser for President Trump has been forbidden to speak publicly about his case. Jose Luis Magana/AP hide caption

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Washington Gov. Jay Inslee speaks in support of firearm restrictions in 2017, as his wife, Trudi, looks on. The initiative passed, but some Washington state sheriffs are refusing to enforce all the measures. Ted S. Warren/AP hide caption

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When Sheriffs Won't Enforce The Law

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Some patients have started to seek out an oral treatment for food allergies that's not yet widely offered by clinicians. Cat Gwynn/Getty Images hide caption

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One of the first images of a living Wallace's giant bee was captured after a recent rediscovery of the world's largest bee in Indonesia. As this composite image illustrates, the bee is approximately four times larger than a European honeybee. Clay Bolt/claybolt.com hide caption

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Flutist Elizabeth Rowe, performing as a soloist with the Boston Symphony Orchestra in 2016. Winslow Townson/Courtesy of the Boston Symphony Orchestra hide caption

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CVS plans to transform some of its stores into "health hubs," retail locations revamped to include more health care services and products. One of the first is in Spring, Texas, a suburb of Houston. Alison Kodjak/NPR hide caption

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CVS Looks To Make Its Drugstores A Destination For Health Care

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Artificial flowers decorate barbed wire fence as Soviet army troops stop in Kabul, Afghanistan, in May 1988. The Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan in December 1979 to shore up the pro-Soviet regime in Kabul. Douglas E. Curran/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Many Russians Today Take Pride In Afghan War That Foretold Soviet Demise

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Duke's Zion Williamson reacts after falling as his shoe breaks in the game against the North Carolina Tar Heels Wednesday in Durham, N.C. Streeter Lecka/Getty Images hide caption

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A Blown-Out Sneaker, An Injured Superstar And A Night To Forget For Nike

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Mark Harris, Republican candidate in North Carolina's 9th Congressional District race, prepares to testify on Thursday, the fourth day of the State Board of Elections hearing. Travis Long/Pool/News & Observer hide caption

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New Election Called In North Carolina House Race

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Advocacy groups are asking the Federal Trade Commission to open an investigation into Facebook practices that let children make in-game purchases without their parents' permission. Josh Edelson/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Astronaut Buzz Aldrin walks on the moon during the Apollo 11 mission in 1969. The landing site at Tranquility Base has remained mostly untouched — though that could change as more nations and even commercial companies start to explore the moon. NASA hide caption

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How Do You Preserve History On The Moon?

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"I probably almost broke down a few times questioning whether or not I was gonna be able to get it done," Pianist Kris Bowers says of learning Don Shirley's music for Green Book. Molly Cranna/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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How Pianist Kris Bowers Found His Inner Virtuoso For Oscar-Nominated 'Green Book'

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Tom Barrack, longtime friend of President Trump, delivers a speech at the Republican National Convention on July 21, 2016, in Cleveland, Ohio. John Moore/Getty Images hide caption

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Longtime Trump Friend Under The Microscope For Mideast Ties, Inauguration Role

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