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  1. A female bison and calf are seen near the Yellowstone River in Wyoming's Hayden Valley, on Wednesday, June 22, 2022, in Yellowstone National Park. For the second time in three days, a park visitor has been gored by a bison, park officials said Thursday, June 30. (AP Photo/Matthew Brown)
  2. FILE - In this Feb. 17, 2018, file photo, an early morning fog rises where 17 memorial crosses were placed for the 17 students and faculty killed in the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. The 12 jurors and 10 alternates chosen this past week to decide whether Cruz is executed will be exposed to horrific images and emotional testimony, but must deal with any mental anguish alone. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert, File)
  3. Abortion rights supporters and opponents clash while demonstrating in downtown Dallas on Wednesday, June 29, 2022.
  4. An offshore oil rig drills for oil in the Gulf of Mexico in 2005.
  5. The U.S. Supreme Court building on Jan. 24, 2022, in Washington, D.C.
  6. In this image from video provided by the Supreme Court, Chief Justice of the United States John Roberts administers the Constitutional Oath to Ketanji Brown Jackson as her husband Patrick Jackson holds the Bible at the Supreme Court in Washington on Thursday.
  7. Graduating senior from Enloe High School Malika Mobley has concerns about proposed increases in police presence in schools following the recent Texas school shooting, Thursday, June 3, 2022, in Raleigh, N.C. To reassure students and educators following the mass shooting at a Texas elementary school, districts around the country pledged to boost security measures and increased the presence of law enforcement on campus. (AP Photo/Chris Seward)
  8. Ukrainian soldiers recover the remains of four killed civilians from inside a charred vehicle in Bucha, on the outskirts of Kyiv, Ukraine on Tuesday. Western governments prepared Wednesday to toughen sanctions against Russia and send more weapons to Ukraine, after President Volodymyr Zelenskyy accused the world of failing to end Moscow’s invasion of his country.
  9. Will Smith, right, hits presenter Chris Rock on stage while presenting the award for best documentary feature at the Oscars on Sunday, March 27, 2022, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles.
  10. Brickell Avenue in Miami was flooded after Hurricane Irma in September 2017. The Florida Insurance Guaranty Association has approved a 1.3 percent assessment on the premium cost of all policies sold in the state to cover the costs for insurers that have failed, the South Florida Sun Sentinel reported Sunday. (Sun Sentinel/TNS)
  11. An elderly lady is assisted while crossing the Irpin river, under a bridge that was destroyed by a Russian airstrike, as civilians flee the town of Irpin, Ukraine, Saturday, March 5. What looked like a breakthrough cease-fire to evacuate residents from two cities in Ukraine quickly fell apart Saturday as Ukrainian officials said shelling had halted the work to remove civilians hours after Russia announced the deal.
  12. Ukrainian Army soldiers pose for a photo as they gather to celebrate a Day of Unity in Odessa, Ukraine, Wednesday, Feb. 16, 2022. As Western officials warned a Russian invasion could happen as early as today, the Ukrainian President Zelenskyy called for a Day of Unity, with Ukrainians encouraged to raise Ukrainian flags across the country.
  13. FPL energy grid equipment in Fort Lauderdale.
  14. New York Police Department officer Jason Rivera was killed in a police shooting, Friday, Jan. 21, 2022, in New York City. (AP photo)
  15. A convoy of Russian armored vehicles moves along a highway in Crimea, Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2022. Russia has concentrated an estimated 100,000 troops with tanks and other heavy weapons near Ukraine in what the West fears could be a prelude to an invasion.
  16. Nikki Fried, commissioner of the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Affairs, says her agency is investigating whether an organization known as Let’s Preserve the American Dream has fully complied with state laws governing nonprofits that solicit funding in Florida.
  17. FILE- Retired U.S. Air Force Col. Charles McGee, center, a decorated veteran of three wars, receives a congratulatory send off after visiting with 436 Aerial Port Squadron personnel at Dover Air Force Base to help celebrate his 100th birthday in Dover, Delaware, Friday, Dec. 6, 2019. McGee, one of the last surviving Tuskegee Airmen who flew 409 fighter combat missions over three wars, died Sunday, Jan. 16, 2022. He was 102.  (AP Photo/David Tulis, File)
  18. Colin Queen clears the sidewalk along Fifth Street during a winter storm on Sunday in Winston-Salem, N.C. A winter storm brought a mix of snow, sleet and wind with accumulations totaling 2-3 inches in the Triad region.
  19. Police stand in front of the Congregation Beth Israel synagogue in Colleyville, Texas, on Sunday. A man held hostages for more than 10 hours Saturday inside the temple. The hostages were able to escape and the hostage taker was killed. FBI Special Agent in Charge Matt DeSarno said a team would investigate "the shooting incident." (AP Photo/Brandon Wade)
  20. President Joe Biden speaks about his infrastructure plan and his domestic agenda during a visit to the Electric City Trolley Museum in Scranton, Pa., on Oct. 20, 2021.
  21. Police lights for Breaking News newsletter. [Unsplash]
  22. This photo provided by the Rev. Lucy Robbins shows a "For Sale" sign in front of the Biltmore United Methodist Church in Asheville, N.C. in July 2021. Already financially strapped because of shrinking membership and a struggling preschool, the congregation was dealt a crushing blow by the coronavirus. Attendance plummeted, with many staying home or switching to other churches that stayed open the whole time. Gone, too, is the revenue the church formerly got from renting its space for events and meetings. (Rev. Lucy Robbins via AP)
  23. Snow covers the burned remains of a home after the Marshall Wildfire Saturday, Jan. 1, 2022, in Louisville, Colo. An overnight dumping of snow and frigid temperatures compounded the misery of hundreds of Colorado residents who started off the new year trying to salvage what remains of their homes after a wind-whipped wildfire tore through the Denver suburbs.
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