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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is scheduled to appear before the House Financial Services Committee on Wednesday. He's likely to face a broad range of questions about his company's influence. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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William Taylor, the acting U.S. ambassador to Ukraine, arrives on Tuesday at a closed session before the House Intelligence, Foreign Affairs and Oversight committees at the U.S. Capitol. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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The Houston Astros' Roberto Osuna pitches against the New York Yankees during the American League Championship Series on Oct. 15. On Saturday night, the Astros' assistant general manager targeted a small cluster of female reporters with a profane defense of Osuna, who agreed to the equivalent of a restraining order after being accused in Canada of assaulting the mother of his child. Mike Stobe/Getty Images hide caption

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Astros Executive's Rant At Reporters Draws Firestorm On Eve Of Series

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Russian President Vladimir Putin (right) and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan pose for a photo during their meeting in Sochi, Russia, Tuesday. Sergei Chirikov/AP hide caption

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Four of the planned scripted programs — 10 episodes each — will be based around the iconic characters of Wolverine, Hawkeye, Black Widow, and Star-Lord. A fifth series will feature all four banding together. Marvel Entertainment hide caption

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for salmon but delivering less water for cities and farmers. State officials say water users along the Tuolumne River have agreed to voluntary concessions that would improve salmon habitat instead of the mandated increase in water flows. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong, File) Jae C. Hong/AP hide caption

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A Lebanese woman holds up a sign demanding that the country's ruling elites pay up on the sixth day of protests in Zouk Mosbeh, north of Beirut, on Tuesday. Joseph Eid/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Officer Brian Cregg checks in with a man who says he is homeless and living in his car in Concord, N.H. In Concord, as in many parts of the Northeast, widespread use of meth is new, police say, and is changing how they approach interactions with people who seem to be delusional. Jesse Costa/WBUR hide caption

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Is It A Meth Case Or Mental Illness? Police Who Need To Know Often Can't Tell

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Boeing says it is replacing Kevin McAllister (shown in 2017) as the head of its commercial airplanes unit, as repercussions continue from two 737 Max crashes that killed hundreds of people. Elaine Thompson/AP hide caption

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Acting Ambassador William Taylor is escorted by U.S. Capitol Police on Tuesday as he arrives to testify before House committees as part of the Democrats' impeachment inquiry of President Trump. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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A blood transfusion bag hangs in an operating room in a hospital in the Republic of Congo. Most countries in sub-Saharan Africa have a huge gap between blood supply and demand, new research found. Godong/Universal Images Group/Getty Images hide caption

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New York's attorney general is suing Exxon Mobil, accusing the company of defrauding shareholders. Above, an Exxon refinery in St. Bernard Parish, La., is seen in 2015. Gerald Herbert/AP hide caption

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Exxon Is On Trial, Accused Of Misleading Investors About Risks Of Climate Change

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An Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent checks pedestrians' documentation at the San Ysidro Port of Entry in San Ysidro, Calif., on Oct. 2. Sandy Huffaker/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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