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18th Century Butts, Moving Statues And Other 'Metropolitan Stories'

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California Attorney General Xavier Becerra, along with 1,500 self-funded health plans, sued Sutter Health for antitrust violations. The closely watched case, which many expected to set precedents nationwide, ended in a settlement Wednesday. Above, Sutter Medical Center in Sacramento, Calif. Rich Pedroncelli/AP hide caption

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Kim Gordon's debut solo album, out now, is entitled No Home Record. Natalia Mantini/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Kim Gordon Returns With New Collaborators On 'No Home Record'

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The University of Iowa is working to include teens on the autism spectrum in its programs for gifted students. Jeremy Leung for NPR hide caption

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Gifted Students With Autism Find An Intellectual Oasis In Iowa

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The Department of Justice announced that hundreds of people have been charged in the takedown of a massive darknet child pornography website. Jose Luis Magana/AP hide caption

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The Census Bureau is turning to existing government records, such as state driver's licenses, to try to fill in gaps in the incomplete responses it collects from its survey. George Frey/Getty Images hide caption

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Michael McKinley (center), former senior adviser to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, arrives to testify at a closed-door deposition as part of the Democratic-led impeachment inquiry into President Trump. Carlos Jasso/Reuters hide caption

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In Hamburg, Germany, estimated life expectancy in the city's poorer neighborhoods still trails wealthier neighborhoods by 13 years. Juergen Sack/Getty Images hide caption

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The UAW GM National Council will vote on a new tentative deal Thursday in a potential end to the national strike that has idled GM plants. Bill Pugliano/Getty Images hide caption

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Forest biologist Patricia Maloney is raising 10,000 sugar pine seedlings descended from trees that survived California's historic drought. Lauren Sommer/KQED hide caption

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Fans and supporters of singer/actress Sulli flooded social media with posts celebrating her artistry, praising her outspoken and unapologetic stances on sexuality and feminism, and calling for an end to online harassment and bullying. Han Myung-Gu/WireImage/Getty Images hide caption

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A wall inside the CIA headquarters honors members of the CIA who died in the service of their country. Larry Downing/Sygma via Getty Images hide caption

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The War On Terrorism, Through The Eyes Of 3 Women At The CIA

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Bathrooms remain a key issue for employers and for co-workers who don't feel comfortable sharing bathrooms with transgender people, says Mark Marsen, a human resources director. Smith Collection/Gado/Getty Images hide caption

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He, She, They: Workplaces Adjust As Gender Identity Norms Change

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Alex, at 4 years and 11 months old, throws a toy football. Caroline Cheung-Yiu hide caption

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A Boy's Mysterious Illness Leads His Family On A Diagnostic Odyssey

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Companies are increasingly concerned about how Earth's changing climate might affect their businesses, such as crop failures from drought, heat and storms. Julian Stratenschulte/picture alliance via Getty Image hide caption

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As The Climate Warms, Companies Scramble To Calculate The Risk To Their Profits

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Goldfish, like these showcased at Tokyo's Nihonbashi Art Aquarium, have been bred in China over centuries, into forms so varied and rare that one can be worth hundreds of dollars. Toshifumi Kitamura/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The Goldfish Tariff: Fancy Pet Fish Among The Stranger Casualties Of The Trade War

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