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Scott Warren (center) of Ajo, Ariz., celebrates with his attorneys Amy Knight and Greg Kuykendall outside court in Tucson, Ariz. on Wednesday. Astrid Galvan/AP hide caption

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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., is pushing for a broader deal on spending bills for 2020 but helped craft a stopgap measure to avoid a possible shutdown. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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A lawsuit by 17 McDonald's workers accuses the fast-food chain of "undermining safety" with late-night work, store design changes and inadequate training. Nam Y. Huh/AP hide caption

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Shamim Banno, 55, walks up the Harchi Valley after she finished milking her cow. Farmers in the Harchi Valley in Pakistan's highlands enjoyed a close relationship with their glacier that snakes between two mountain peaks. Diaa Hadid/NPR hide caption

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Road signs indicate the many ways to get to Canada from the center of Derby Line, Vt. The number of illegal crossers is on the rise. Ian Thomas Jansen-Lonnquist for NPR hide caption

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U.S.-Canada Border Community's Culture Changes As Security Tightens

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Former White House national security aide Fiona Hill (left) and David Holmes, a U.S. diplomat in Ukraine, return from a break to continue their testimony before the House Intelligence Committee on Thursday. Andrew Harnik/AP hide caption

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Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is weighing a 2020 presidential run. He'd join two other wealthy, self-funding Democrats in the primary: John Delaney and Tom Steyer. Monica Schipper/Getty Images hide caption

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Paul Reiser and Helen Hunt return in Mad About You, 20 years after the original show ended. Trae Patton/Sony Pictures Television hide caption

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Enrollment help was plentiful for insurance sign-ups in the early years of the Affordable Care Act, such as at this clinic in Bear, Del., in 2014. Though the Trump administration has since slashed the outreach budget, about 930,000 people have signed up for ACA health plans so far this year. Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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David Holmes, a career diplomat and the political counselor at the U.S. Embassy in Kyiv, Ukraine, is scheduled to give public testimony as part of the impeachment inquiry into President Trump on Thursday. Jose Luis Magana/AP hide caption

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A Diplomat With A History Of Voicing Concerns Set To Testify In Impeachment Inquiry

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Former United Auto Workers President Gary Jones speaks during the opening of contract talks with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles in Auburn Hills, Mich., in July 2019. Jones resigned Wednesday. Paul Sancya/AP hide caption

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Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles Director Rhonda Lahm has signed an agreement with the U.S. Census Bureau to share the state's driver's license records. The bureau is planning to use the records as part of an effort to produce data about the citizenship status of every person living in the U.S. Anna Gronewold/AP hide caption

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Navy Special Operations Chief Edward Gallagher had his former rank reinstalled less than a week ago. Now he could soon be stripped of his status as a Navy SEAL. Gregory Bull/AP hide caption

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Archie Williams with his attorney Vanessa Potkin (left) and aunt Saundra Christmas at the 19th Judicial District Court of East Baton Rouge, La., this March, after forensic evidence cleared his name. Tyler Kaufman/The Innocence Project hide caption

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After Being Wronged By The Law, Singer Archie Williams Gets A Second Chance

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