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"I train an insane amount, but not to the point of doing too much and pushing myself to burnout phase," says Lloyd. Laurence Griffiths - FIFA/FIFA via Getty Images hide caption

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Former interpreters for U.S. and NATO forces gather during a demonstration in downtown Kabul, Afghanistan, on April 30, on the eve of the beginning of Washington's troop withdrawal. Wakil Kohsar/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Britney Spears arrives for a movie premiere in Hollywood, Calif., on July 22, 2019. On Wednesday, the singer asked a judge to end her conservatorship. Valerie Macon/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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A memorial stands outside the Residential School in Kamloops, British Columbia. The remains of 215 children were discovered buried near the former Kamloops Indian Residential School earlier this month. Jonathan Hayward/The Canadian Press via AP hide caption

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A COVID-19 vaccination clinic last month in Auburn, Maine. A drop in life expectancy in the U.S. stems largely from the coronavirus pandemic, a new study says. Robert F. Bukaty/AP hide caption

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The Pandemic Led To The Biggest Drop In U.S. Life Expectancy Since WWII, Study Finds

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In this handout from NASA, the Hubble Space Telescope is grappled to Space Shuttle Atlantis STS-125 by the shuttle's Canadian-built remote manipulator system May 13, 2009 in Space. NASA/Getty Images hide caption

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A teenager enters a pop-up COVID-19 vaccine site this month in the Jackson Heights neighborhood of Queens in New York City. Scott Heins/Getty Images hide caption

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Matanzas High School Principal Jeff Reaves shakes a student's hand on graduation day. Reaves handwrote 459 notes to the graduating class of 2021 to celebrate their accomplishments. Matanzas High School hide caption

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The British Royal Navy destroyer HMS Defender in the port of Odessa, Ukraine, on Tuesday. Russia said it fired warning shots at the warship Wednesday when it entered territorial waters off Crimea. Konstantin Sazonchik/Konstantin Sazonchik/TASS hide caption

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Most of the winning U.S. team from the 2019 Women's World Cup will reunite for the Tokyo Olympics, including Carli Lloyd, Christen Press, Megan Rapinoe and Samantha Mewis. They seen here last week in Austin, Tex., where they beat Nigeria 2-0. Chuck Burton/Getty Images hide caption

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Community activist India Walton, here in December, is claiming victory over four-term Mayor Byron Brown in the Buffalo, N.Y., race. Brown did not immediately concede. Lindsay DeDario/Reuters hide caption

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Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards speaks in Baton Rouge on Jan. 12. Edwards on Tuesday struck down a bill prohibiting transgender athletes from competing on girls' sports teams in Louisiana schools. Melinda Deslatte/AP hide caption

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In a photo from March of last year, cars pass the illuminated Allianz Arena soccer stadium in Munich, Germany. UEFA has denied a request by the stadium to light up in rainbow colors Wednesday to protest a new Hungarian law seen as homophobic. Matthias Schrader/AP hide caption

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The Dutch national museum and art gallery Rijksmuseum reveals findings from a long-term project to examine in minute detail Rembrandt van Rijn's masterpiece the Night Watch. Peter Dejong/AP hide caption

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A man buys multiple copies of the latest Apple Daily newspaper in Hong Kong. Police raided the office of Apple Daily, the city's fierce pro-democracy newspaper, in an operation involving more than 200 officers. Secretary for Security John Lee said the company used "news coverage as a tool" to harm national security, according to local media reports. Anthony Kwan/Getty Images hide caption

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Hong Kong's Apple Daily To Shut Down This Weekend After Having Its Assets Frozen

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Democratic mayoral candidate Eric Adams mingles with supporters during his election night party Tuesday in New York City. Kevin Hagen/AP hide caption

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New York City Narrows The Democratic Field For Mayor, With Eric Adams Taking The Lead

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