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  1. In this courtroom sketch, former Brooklyn Center police Officer Kim Potter is shown during a preliminary hearing, Monday, May 17, 2021, in Brooklyn Center, Minn. A December trial date has been set for Potter, who has been charged with second-degree manslaughter in Daunte Wright's shooting death.
  2. A sign directs job candidates to a hiring event at Great Wolf Lodge Grapevine on Tuesday, May 4, 2021, in Grapevine. Almost 25% of adults in the U.S. were worse off financially than the previous year.
  3. A man inspects the rubble of destroyed commercial building and Gaza health care clinic following an Israeli airstrike on the upper floors of a commercial building near the Health Ministry in Gaza City, on Monday, May 17, 2021.
  4. An evaluation committee will give its recommendation on June 3 to the City Council for the two developer finalists trying to build on the downtown bluff.
  5. The logos for Time Warner and AT&T appear above alternate trading posts on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange in 2018. On Monday, AT&T said it will combine its massive WarnerMedia media assets, which includes HBO and CNN, with Discovery Inc.
  6. In this Wednesday, Jan. 22, 2020, photo, staff move bio-waste containers past the entrance of the Wuhan Medical Treatment Center, where some infected with a new virus are being treated, in Wuhan, China.
  7. Florida recorded just under 2,000 coronavirus cases Monday
  8. Tiger Woods is expanding his chain of golf entertainment centers called PopStroke that include high-concept putting courses, a restaurant bar and playgrounds. And Orlando and Tampa are getting storefronts in the next 12-18 months.
  9. The downtown Tampa skyline seen from an area known as the Rome Yard on Friday, April 16, 2021.
  10. President Joe Biden arrives at the White House after spending the weekend at his Delaware home on Monday.
  11. Beach goers enjoy Pier 60 and the surf along Clearwater Beach Tuesday, March 16, 2021. Florida and its beaches have become a top destination during a pandemic spring break.
  12. Pictured is a trouble man for Duke Energy, right, working to cut tree limbs from a power line as apprentice lineman Nick Ceccarini looks on following Hurricane Irma. | [CHRIS URSO  |   Times]
  13. Hunter Eargood of Gibsonton, who was 15 when he was arrested in March on a murder charge, fatally stabbed his mother's boyfriend, according to a newly-released arrest report.
  14. Former Seminole County tax collector Joel Greenberg talks to the Orlando Sentinel in September 2019, during an interview at his office in Lake Mary.
  15. COVID-19 vaccine is administered at Sadye Gibbs Martin Community Center in Plant City in March as part of an effort to make shots more accessible for Hispanic farm workers. A new survey says one-third of unvaccinated Hispanics say they want the shots, compared with 17 percent of Blacks and 16 percent of whites.
  16. Darius Rucker, shown here at the CMA Music Festival in 2015, will headline the Tampa Pig Jig Oct. 23.
  17. The Supreme Court agreed Monday to consider a major rollback of abortion rights, saying it will decide whether states can ban abortions before a fetus can survive outside the womb.
  18. Brian Overton, a member of a prominent Florida legal family, admitted to using his position as a deputy to pursue sex with civilian women, Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri said.
  19. A family walks past Cinderella Castle in the Magic Kingdom, at Walt Disney World in Lake Buena Vista. Florida's major theme parks are adjusting their face mask policies after the federal government loosened its recommendations as more people get vaccinated for the coronavirus.
  20. Foul play is suspected in the death of a missing 16-year-old girl whose body was discovered Sunday night along a causeway near a Miami harbor, according to authorities.
  21. AT&T will combine its massive media operations that include CNN, HBO, TNT and TBS in a $43 billion deal with Discovery, the owner of lifestyle networks including the Food Network and HGTV.
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  23. Former Afghan interpreters hold placards during an April 30 protest against the U.S. government and NATO in Kabul, Afghanistan.
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