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Former Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore announces his run for the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate on Thursday. He lost the 2017 special election to Democrat Doug Jones after multiple allegations of sexual assault and harassment against him surfaced. Julie Bennett/AP hide caption

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Navy Special Operations Chief Edward Gallagher and his wife, Andrea Gallagher, arrive at military court on Naval Base San Diego on Thursday. A witness stunned prosecutors after testifying that he, not Gallagher, killed an ISIS fighter in 2017. Julie Watson/AP hide caption

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Shocking Revelation In Navy SEAL War Crimes Trial: Witness Says He Is The Real Killer

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A man waits for a taxi in Beijing as news footage of Chinese President Xi Jinping (right) being greeted in Pyongyang by North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is shown on a large screen outside a shopping mall. Greg Baker/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Researchers dropped more than 17,000 wallets with varying amounts of money in countries around the world. Here, an example of the wallets that held the most money. Christian Zünd hide caption

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A woman walks through La Perla, a neighborhood on the edge of Old San Juan, in 2017. AFP Contributor/Getty Images hide caption

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For Those Missing Puerto Rico, A Song About Dreaming Of Home

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THC, a key psychoactive ingredient in marijuana, is toxic to dogs, veterinarians warn. So keeping dogs away from discarded joints, edible marijuana or drug-tainted poop is important. Hillary Kladke/Getty Images hide caption

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Legal Weed Is A Danger To Dogs. Here's How To Know If Your Pup Got Into Pot

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Volunteers participate in a recent Healthy U leader training in Lander, Wyo. the program provides health skills training to people in rural areas. According to a recent poll, 26 percent of rural Americans said there has been a time in the past few years when they needed health care, but did not get it. Courtesy of Dominick Duhamel hide caption

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When There's No Doctor Nearby, Volunteers Help Rural Patients Manage Chronic Illness

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Visitors look at a model of a Saturn V rocket and its launch umbilical tower, which were used during the Apollo moon-landing program, at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C. Fifty years ago this July 20, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first humans to walk on the moon. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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A woman waits in line with her child outside the migrant processing center in San Antonio, Texas. Bonnie Petrie/Texas Public Radio hide caption

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African Migrants Are Becoming A New Face Of The U.S. Border Crisis

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Ney Aldrin Bautista Almonte, director of the Dominican Republic's national police, projects a photograph of David Ortiz (second from right) taken on the night he was shot in Santo Domingo. Officials say a gunman shot Ortiz after mistaking him for Sixto David Fernández, not pictured. Roberto Guzman/AP hide caption

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A World War I memorial cross sits in Bladensburg, Md., just outside Washington, D.C. The federal government asked the Supreme Court to rule in favor of the cross. Becky Harlan/NPR hide caption

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Supreme Court: Cross Can Stand On Public Land In Separation Of Church And State Case

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The U.S. Navy says a limpet mine put a hole in this Panama-flagged, Japanese-owned tanker anchored off Fujairah, United Arab Emirates. The limpet mines used to attack the tanker near the Strait of Hormuz resemble mines displayed by Iran, a Navy explosives expert said Wednesday. Iran denies being involved. Fay Abuelgasim/AP hide caption

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The U.S. will face its first major test in the Women's World Cup Thursday, as it plays Sweden in the final match of the group stage. U.S. forward Megan Rapinoe is seen here during the U.S. game against Thailand. Thomas Samson/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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