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House Speaker Paul Ryan of Wis. administers the House oath of office to Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick, R-Pa., during a mock swearing in ceremony in Washington. Fitzpatrick is among his party's most strident critics of Trump's stance to Putin.
A Syrian civil defense volunteer, known as the White Helmets, holds the body of a child after he was pulled from the rubble following a government forces air strike on the rebel-held neighbourhood of Karm Homad in the northern city of Aleppo, on Oct. 4, 2016.
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Police officers use a mirror to see inside a Trader Joe's store in the Silver Lake neighborhood of Los Angeles on Saturday. Los Angeles police say 28-year-old Gene Evin Atkins took hostages in a three-hour standoff at the store.
Matthew Caruana Galizia (left) and Paul Caruana Galizia, the sons of murdered Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, attend a vigil outside the Maltese High Commission in London on April 16, six months after she was assassinated.
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People walk past tributes to the victims of MH17, placed on signage for the 20th International AIDS Conference in Australia in 2014. Several AIDS activists on their way to the conference were killed.
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Michael Cohen, a longtime lawyer of President Trump, reportedly taped their conversation about payments to Karen McDougal. The former Playboy model hoped to publish an account of her alleged affair with Trump.
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Loxie Loring walks with a group of marchers to remember her daughter, Ashley Loring, who went missing from the Blackfeet Reservation more than a year ago.
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Emergency workers patrol an area of Table Rock Lake in Branson, Mo., on Friday, a day after a duck boat capsized and sank during a storm. Authorities say 17 people died in the accident.
North Korean viewers watch a giant television screen outside the central railway station in Pyongyang, which was broadcasting news of the Singapore summit last month between Kim Jong Un and President Trump.
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Then-candidate Donald Trump onstage with his running mate, Mike Pence, and their families at the end of the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland. Republicans have chosen Charlotte, N.C., a city that hosted Democrats' convention in 2012, to host their 2020 convention.
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More than 100 former students have provided firsthand accounts that allegesexual misconduct by the now-dead Ohio State University team physician, Dr. Richard Strauss.
Ohio State University via AP
Starbucks is opening its first deaf-friendly store in the U.S., where employees will be versed in American Sign Language and stores will be designed to better serve deaf people.
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