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The Taiwanese military released this photo of a Chinese fighter jet flying in an undisclosed location. China sent a record 28 warplanes toward Taiwan in the latest such event. Taiwan Ministry of Defense via AP hide caption

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President Joe Biden speaks during the Democratic National Committee's "Back on Track" drive-in car rally in Duluth, Georgia, to celebrate his 100th day in office. Immigrant advocates were there to protest. EVELYN HOCKSTEIN/REUTERS hide caption

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Biden Wants To End For-Profit Immigrant Detention. His Administration Isn't So Sure

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U.S. and Russian flags fly on the Mont-Blanc bridge on the eve of a US-Russia summit on Tuesday in Geneva. A former intelligence operative says agencies are in high gear. Sebastien Bozon/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Why Geneva Is Teeming With Spies As Biden And Putin Prepare To Meet

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"I feel completely devastated, lost, broken, angry, confused and betrayed," says middle distance runner Shelby Houlihan, announcing her four-year ban from international competition. Andy Lyons/Getty Images hide caption

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Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., is flanked by Texas Rep. Trey Martinez Fischer left, and Texas Sen. Carol Alvarado of Houston, right, as he meets with Texas Democratic lawmakers to discuss voting rights Tuesday on Capitol Hill. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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MacKenzie Scott, the former wife of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, is shown here in 2018. The billionaire philanthropist has so far given away more than $8 billion of her fortune in three rounds of funding. Evan Agostini/Invision/AP hide caption

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Memorials hang from the front gate of Greenwood Cemetery in New York City during an event organized by Naming the Lost Memorials to remember and celebrate those who died during the COVID-19 pandemic. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro holds up a box of chloroquine, an antimalarial medicine that his administration endorsed as part of an "early treatment" strategy for COVID-19. There is no evidence the drug can prevent the coronavirus or reduce the severity of symptoms. Andressa Anholete/Getty Images hide caption

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Ashley C. Ford's new memoir is Somebody's Daughter. Heather Sten/Macmillan hide caption

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In 'Somebody's Daughter' Ashley C. Ford Confronts The Crimes Of Her Father

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People unfurl a rainbow flag during an LGBT rights demonstration in front of the Hungarian Parliament building in Budapest, Hungary on June. 14, 2021. During the protest human rights activists called on lawmakers in Hungary to eject legislation banning any content portraying homosexuality or different gender identities to anyone under 18. Szilard Koszticsak/AP hide caption

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Actress Lisa Banes attends the opening night gala world premiere of Gone Girl during the 52nd New York Film Festival in 2014. The Gone Girl and Cocktail actor has died after being injured in a hit-and-run accident in New York. Evan Agostini/Invision/AP hide caption

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People with old Belarusian national flags shout during an opposition rally in August in Minsk, Belarus. Sergei Grits/AP hide caption

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5 Views From Belarus On The Country's Political Crisis

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The Twitter account @FacesofCOVID, says creator Alex Goldstein, helps people mourn. And as long as COVID-19 persists, he plans on running the account. Michele Abercrombie/NPR hide caption

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This Twitter Account Is Honoring COVID Victims, With 5,000 Obituaries And Counting

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Loveland Police Chief Robert Ticer has characterized Garner's arrest as an issue with an individual officer, not with the department's operations. The city's police are undergoing Alzheimer's awareness training. Leigh Paterson/KUNC hide caption

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The Violent Arrest Of A Woman With Dementia Highlights The Lack Of Police Training

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