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Japan's Olympic Committee President Tsunekazu Takeda said Tuesday that he will step down in June, as French authorities probe his involvement in payments made before Tokyo was awarded the 2020 Summer Games. Charly Triballeau/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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For certain species, a market preference for plate-sized whole fillets is driving fishermen to target smaller fish, like these juvenile Malabar snappers. That means some wild fish aren't getting the chance to reproduce before they're caught. Andre Brugger hide caption

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Eloisa Tamez of El Calaboz, Texas, walks along the border wall in her backyard. She took the government to court over surveying her land and over the compensation she received for the land needed for border wall construction. Reynaldo Leanos Jr./Texas Public Radio hide caption

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Rio Grande Valley Landowners Plan To Fight Border Wall Expansion

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At Toyota's LFA Works plant in Japan, the automaker manufactures 10 Mirai hydrogen fuel cell cars a day. It has plans to ramp up production. Hiroo Saso hide caption

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Japan Is Betting Big On The Future Of Hydrogen Cars

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The Nokona baseball glove factory in the small town of Nocona, Texas, is one of the only remaining baseball glove factories in the U.S. Bill Zeeble/KERA hide caption

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A Small Town In Texas Is Home To One Of The Last Baseball Glove Factories In The U.S.

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The reality of electronic medical records has yet to live up to the promise. suedhang/Getty Images/Cultura RF hide caption

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Why The Promise Of Electronic Health Records Has Gone Unfulfilled

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Alan Krueger, a Princeton University economist and chairman of former President Barack Obama's Council of Economic Advisers, specialized in workforce economics. Jewel Samad/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Ex-White House Economist Alan Krueger Dies; Saw Lessons For Economy In Rock Music

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Nationwide, there are too few farmers to populate market stalls and too few customers filling their canvas bags with fresh produce at each market. Karen Bleier/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Bell's concept model of a vertical-takeoff-and-landing air taxi vehicle, as unveiled in January at CES (the Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas. Bell hide caption

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Flying Taxis. Seriously?

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A police officer directs pedestrians near the site of one of the mass shootings at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, on Saturday, March 16. Mark Baker/AP hide caption

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Social Media Companies Struggle To Pull Livestreamed Video Of Mass Shootings

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Josh Koskoff, a lawyer representing the families of Sandy Hook shooting victims, speaks outside the Connecticut Supreme Court in this file photo from 2017. Patrick Skahill/Connecticut Public Radio hide caption

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Southwest Airlines passengers check in at New York's LaGuardia Airport. The Federal Aviation Administration on Wednesday issued an emergency order grounding Boeing 737 Max jets in the wake of the crash of an Ethiopian airliner. Richard Drew/AP hide caption

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