1. A woman was killed in a shark attack in the Bahamas. This photo shows a bull shark in a California lagoon. Bull sharks are one of the shark species that live in the waters off the Bahamas.
  2. Cars make their way down the Overseas Highways Seven Mile Bridge near Little Duck Key and Bahia Honda State Park on Monday, October 11, 2021. County officials say a replacement bridge could be built by 2030.
  3. This image provided by the Justice Department and contained in the affidavit in support of a criminal complaint, shows Manuel Rocha during a meeting with a FBI undercover employee. The Justice Department says Rocha, a former American diplomat who served as U.S. ambassador to Bolivia, has been charged with serving as a covert agent for Cuba's intelligence services since at least 1981. Newly unsealed court papers allege that Manuel Rocha engaged in "clandestine activity" on Cuba's behalf for decades, including by meeting with Cuban intelligence operatives.
  4. A Hawaiian Airlines plane taxis for position at Kahalui, Hawaii, on the island of Maui, in 2005. Alaska Air Group said Sunday that it agreed to buy Hawaiian Airlines.
  5. The guided-missile destroyer USS Carney, shown here in Souda Bay, Greece, was attacked Sunday in the Red Sea, the Pentagon said, potentially marking a major escalation in a series of maritime attacks in the Mideast linked to the Israel-Hamas war.
  6. George Santos, R- N.Y., is surrounded by journalists as he leaves the U.S. Capitol after his fellow members of Congress voted to expel him from the House of Representatives on Dec. 1, 2023, in Washington, D.C.
  7. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, left, speaks during an event for his GOP presidential campaign as his wife Casey DeSantis looks on, Friday in Prosperity, S.C. DeSantis is making a daylong swing through South Carolina, which holds the first southern Republican presidential primary of the 2024 campaign. Adam Laxalt, the chairman of the most powerful independent group supporting DeSantis' presidential ambitions, has resigned. It marks the second major departure at the pro-DeSantis Never Back Down super PAC in the last two weeks.
  8. Zachary Johnson of St. Petersburg wears protective goggles outside the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, in a screenshot from a video released by the U.S. House Jan. 6th Committee.
  9. Rep. George Santos, R-N.Y., leaves the Capitol after being expelled from the House of Representatives, Friday, Dec. 1, 2023, in Washington.
  10. Rep. George Santos, R-N.Y., leaves the Capitol after being expelled from the House of Representatives Friday in Washington. The House has voted to expel Santos following a critical ethics report on his conduct that included converting campaign donations for his own use, making him just the sixth member in the chamber’s history to be ousted by his colleagues. Expulsion requires support from two-thirds of the House.
  11. U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor is shown before administering the oath of office to members of the Texas Supreme Court, Jan. 6, 2003, in Austin, Texas. O'Connor, who joined the Supreme Court in 1981 as the nation's first female justice, has died at age 93.
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  13. As of Tuesday, the national average for gas prices stood just below $3.25, according to AAA. That’s down 25 cents from a month ago, and it’s 30 cents less than this time last year.
  14. In this July 12, 2020, file photo, visitors sit on a bench on the pier in Santa Monica, Calif.
  15. Gabriela Ibarra, center left, joins her daughters, Kathy Camacho and Ashley Cruz, as they listen to speakers at the "Freedom For All" rally in Homestead on July 1.
  16. A pair of Green Sea Turtle hatchings make their way to the Atlantic Ocean in this Aug. 8, 2023, photo at the Canaveral Sea Shore in Cape Canaveral, Fla. By most measures, it was a banner year for sea turtle nests at beaches around the U.S., including record numbers for some species in Florida and elsewhere. Yet the positive picture for turtles is tempered by climate change threats, including higher sand temperatures that produce fewer males, changes in ocean currents that disrupt their journeys and increasingly severe storms that wash away nests. (Stella Maris/Florida Space Coast Office of Tourism via AP)
  17. Once you’ve built this foundation of understanding, then you can make plans for the future together that honor both of your needs.
  18. Vesta Terminals holding oil are reflected in Tallinn, Estonia, Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2023. The oil and gas sector, one of the major emitters of planet-warming gases, will need a rapid and substantial overhaul for the world to avoid even worse extremes fueled by human-caused climate change, a report Thursday, Nov. 23, said.
  19. Fire damage is visible to the customs plaza structure at the Rainbow Bridge border crossing on Wednesday in Niagara Falls, N.Y. The border crossing between the U.S. and Canada has been closed after a vehicle exploded at a checkpoint on the bridge.
  20. Workers apply sheathing to the exterior of a new multifamily residential building, Friday, Nov. 3, 2023, in the East Boston neighborhood of Boston. According to a raft of polls and surveys, most Americans hold a glum view of the economy.
  21. Palestinians pray for their relatives killed in the Israeli bombardment of the Gaza Strip in front of the morgue of al Aqsa Hospital in Deir al Balah, Gaza Strip, Tuesday.
  22. Tim Wronka (right) and Matt Infante (left), from Spectrum Bay News 9, shoot footage of Royale Caribbean's Serenade of the Seas at Port Tampa Bay Saturday, October 16, 2021. Cruise lines aren’t waiting for actual Black Friday to roll out their deals, with many major brands dropping costs and beefing up amenity offerings for new bookings.
  23. Travelers line up to pass through the south security checkpoint at Denver International Airport on Monday in Denver. Despite inflation and memories of past holiday travel meltdowns, millions of people are expected to hit airports and highways in record numbers over the Thanksgiving Day break.
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