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An image of a boy is painted on the bars of the border wall, in front of coils of razor wire, seen from Tijuana, Mexico. President Trump's proposal to end the partial government shutdown includes funding for more border wall, but also provisions that further restrict asylum seekers.
Seen in 2017, a girl studies for school while a man chops wood in the Muslim enclave of Islamberg in Tompkins, N.Y. Four people have been arrested in an alleged plot to attack the community.
Saints fans aren't happy with the NFL after a controversial no-call in Sunday's NFC championship game. One fan took out several billboards around Atlanta with his message for the league.
The Trump administration is planning to ask the Supreme Court to take up a sped-up review of a lower court's ruling that blocks the addition of a citizenship question to the 2020 census.
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A home burns during the Camp Fire in Paradise, Calif., in November 2018. It was one of several fires often discussed in terms of the changing climate. A new survey shows a jump in the number of Americans who are "very worried" about global warming.
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The United Nations headquarters in New York City. The agency has released the results of a survey on sexual harassment experienced by employees, consultants and volunteers.
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Teachers and supporters rally on Monday, Jan. 14, the first day of the teachers strike in Los Angeles. The school district and the union have come to a deal after almost two years of negotiations.
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