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President Trump, seen earlier this month at an event at the White House, is the subject of a new book by his niece, Mary Trump. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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Florida's education commissioner has ordered the state's schools to reopen for in-person instruction in the fall, subject to the advice and orders from health authorities. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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The U.S. killed Iranian Maj. Gen. Qassem Soleimani in a targeted drone strike in Baghdad. A U.N. investigator says the action violated Iraq's sovereignty. Here, protesters in Tehran, Iran, hold up an image of Soleimani during a demonstration on Jan. 3. Ali Mohammadi/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Israeli security forces control access to a neighborhood that has been isolated following an increase in coronavirus cases in the southern coastal city of Ashdod last week. Jack Guez/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, seen here during a White House briefing in March, will participate in a panel discussion Tuesday on how to reopen America's schools safely. Jim Watson/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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The WNBA announced it launched a Social Justice Council with a mission of raising awareness on issues concerning race, voting rights and LGBTQ+ advocacy. Icon Sportswire via Getty Images hide caption

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Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, shown here in 2019, says a headache is her only symptom after testing positive for the coronavirus. Paras Griffin/Getty Images hide caption

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A bar owner changed the marquee outside his bar to "Closed Again" in Houston, Texas on June 26. That day, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott ordered bars to close amid a surge in coronavirus cases. Mark Felix /AFP /AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, seen during a ceremony last month in Brasilia, has announced his coronavirus test results. Andressa Anholete/Getty Images hide caption

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A researcher at Peking University's Beijing Advanced Innovation Center for Genomics conducts tests on May 14. Scientists are confronting their biases and learning to engage with science from places they're unfamiliar with. Wang Zhao/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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A sculpture of Juan de Oñate's settlers arriving in New Mexico is pictured as city workers remove a sculpture of the Spanish conquistador on June 16 in Albuquerque. Paul Ratje/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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New Mexico Leaders To Militia: If You Want To Help Community, Stop Showing Up Armed

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Lauren Moran, a pastry chef who owns a bakery and café, taste-tests Cornwall's new coffee drinks with her husband, Cornwall's general manager Billy Moran (left), and Speedwell Coffee Co. owner Derek Anderson. Tovia Smith/NPR hide caption

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Boston Tavern Pivots To 'Plan B' To Try To Survive The Pandemic

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The Boston salon where Vincent Cox works has reopened, and the 65-year-old is back at work. "It's been one of the hardest things I've ever done in my life," he says. Chris Arnold/NPR hide caption

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'Almost In Tears': A Hairstylist Worries About Reopening Too Soon

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In 2009, Australia's deadliest bushfires on record destroyed Kinglake, a town just over an hour's drive northeast of Melbourne. The disaster had long-term effects on families. Meredith Rizzo/NPR hide caption

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Ingrid Wall and Joachim Wall, parents of murdered journalist Kim Wall, are interviewed at the inaugural grant ceremony for The Kim Wall Memorial Fund at Superfine on March 23, 2018 in New York City. Angela Weiss/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Police guard access to housing commission apartments under lockdown in Melbourne, Australia. The hard-hit Australian state of Victoria recorded two deaths and its highest-ever daily increase in coronavirus cases on Monday as authorities prepare to close its border with New South Wales. Andy Brownbill/AP hide caption

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Army Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, a military officer at the National Security Council who testified during the impeachment hearings on Capitol Hill, is seen at the White House complex in January. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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Senator Waiting For White House Promise Not To Block Promotion Of Impeachment Witness

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