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  1. After the service for fallen Marine Sgt. Nicole Gee, her father Richard Herrera, left, and husband Jarod Gee hold U.S. flags at Bayside Church's Adventure Campus in Roseville, Calif., on Saturday as her casket is moved to the hearse. Sgt. Gee lost her life, along with 12 other U.S. service members, in the bombing attack at the Kabul airport in Afghanistan on Aug. 26.
  2. In this image taken from video a SpaceX capsule carrying four people splashes down in the Atlantic off the Florida coast on Saturday. The all-amateur crew was the first to circle the world without a professional astronaut.
  3. A health worker administers a dose of a Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine during a vaccination clinic at the Reading Area Community College in Reading, Pa. on Sept. 14.
  4. Sequoia trees stand in Lost Grove along Generals Highway as the KNP Complex Fire burns about 15 miles away on Sept. 17 in Sequoia National Park, Calif.
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  6. Tampa Mayor Jane Castor on Saturday announced reforms to a Tampa Police Department program that reported the arrest of tenants to landlords and encouraged them to evict. It comes after a Tampa Bay Times investigation revealed that entire families lost their homes even in cases when charges were dropped.
  7. Taliban fighters in their new uniforms station themselves a large traffic junction for a nightly security checkpoint, in Kabul, Afghanistan on Sept. 5.
  8. Fred Dakota pauses outside Federal Court in Grand Rapids, Mich. on June 26, 1997. Dakota, a former leader of the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community whose garage casino in Michigan's Upper Peninsula in 1983 was a milestone for Native American gambling, died Sept. 13 at his home in Baraga, Mich., according to Reid Funeral Service. He was 84.
  9. Paul Wilborn, executive director of the Palladium theater is also writer and musician.
  10. Redistricting reform advocate Brian Cannon displays some of his yard signs and bumper stickers in 2020 in his office in Richmond, Va.  A new voter-approved commission in Ohio that was supposed to reduce partisanship in the once-a-decade process of political map-drawing has already become a flop.  Similar commissions meeting for the first time in New York and Virginia have devolved into partisan finger-pointing, undermining their intent.
  11. The Florida Highway Patrol reported a Hudson bicyclist died at the scene of a crash in Weeki Wachee Gardens on Friday night, Sept. 17, 2021.
  12. A health worker administers a dose of a Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine during a vaccination clinic Tuesday at the Reading Area Community College in Reading, Pa. A key government advisory panel overwhelmingly rejected Biden's plan to give COVID-19 booster shots across the board and instead recommended the extra vaccine dose only for those who are 65 or older or run a high risk of severe disease.
  13. A car hit a concrete wall on I-75 Saturday, Sept. 18, 2021.
  14. A car crashed into the Hudson Cemetery early Saturday morning.
  15. Ahmadi family members pray Sept. 13 at the cemetery next to family graves of family members killed by a U.S. drone strike, in Kabul, Afghanistan. Sorry is not enough for the Afghan survivors of an errant U.S. drone strike that killed 10 members of their family, including seven children. Saturday, they demanded Washington investigate who fired the drone and punish the military personnel responsible for the strike.
  16. A masked student searches for his first-period class at Sunlake High on Aug. 10, the first day of school in Pasco County. Sunlake led the district this past week with 39 reported cases of COVID-19, but school case numbers across the county are headed down.
  17. A counter protester, right, argues with a Justice For J6 rally attendee near the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. on Saturday. The rally was planned by allies of former President Donald Trump and aimed at supporting the so-called "political prisoners" of the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol.
  18. Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., meets with reporters Sept. 8 at the Capitol in Washington to discuss President Joe Biden's domestic agenda including passing a bipartisan infrastructure bill and pushing through a Democrats-only expansion of the social safety net.
  19. An Afghan man walks past the former Women's Affairs Ministry building Saturday in Kabul, Afghanistan. Afghanistan's new Taliban rulers set up a ministry for the "propagation of virtue and the prevention of vice" in the building that once housed the Women's Affairs Ministry, escorting out World Bank staffers Saturday as part of the forced move.
  20. In this 2019 file photo, Devon Erickson appears in court at the Douglas County Courthouse in Castle Rock, Colo. Erickson, a former high school student, was convicted of first degree murder and other charges for a 2019 shooting attack inside a suburban Denver high school that killed one student and injured eight others.
  21. Haitian migrants use a dam to cross to and from the United States from Mexico on Friday in Del Rio, Texas. Thousands of Haitian migrants have assembled under and around a bridge in Del Rio, presenting the Biden administration with a fresh and immediate challenge as it tries to manage large numbers of asylum-seekers who have been reaching U.S. soil.
  22. In this Sept. 15 photo provided by the North Korean government, a test missile is launched from a train in an undisclosed location of North Korea. Recent satellite images shows North Korea is expanding a uranium enrichment plant at its main Yongbyon nuclear complex, a sign that it’s intent on boosting the production of bomb materials, experts say.
  23. In this photo provided by North Port Police Department, law enforcement officials conduct a search of the vast Carlton Reserve near Sarasota for Brian Laundrie on Saturday.  Laundrie is a person of interest in the disappearance of his girlfriend, Gabrielle “Gabby” Petito.
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