Claudio Gage poses for a portrait at the Hola Code offices in Mexico City, Mexico on May 13, 2019. Gage was deported to Mexico after having lived in the U.S. for more than a decade.
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Shannon McCarty in her new apartment in Everett, Wash. Shannon was a meth and heroin user, but is in recovery with the help of a police program that connects people who use drugs with services.
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Beer archaeologist Travis Rupp inspects his latest "Ale of Antiquity," George Washington Porter, surrounded by the oak barrels it fermented in at Avery Brewing Co. in Boulder, Colo.
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"I had one day I worked six hours and made $50. It really wasn't worth it. ... But it doesn't happen that often," says Hilary Gordon, who works as a shopper for the grocery-delivery app Instacart in Sacramento, Calif. "The other day I worked 11-and-a-half hours and made $265. Great? No. But good."
U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos has not responded publicly to the letter seeking automatic student loan forgiveness for veterans who are permanently disabled.
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U.S. citizens use ropes to cross the Rio Grande from San Antonio del Bravo, Mexico, into Candelaria, Texas. U.S. citizens depend on the free health clinic in San Antonio del Bravo.
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Celebrity chef Mario Batali leaves Boston Municipal Court on Friday following a court appearance on a charge of indecent assault and battery in connection with a 2017 incident at a restaurant of his in Boston.
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Harvey Weinstein exits the courtroom after a hearing in State Supreme Court on April 26 in New York. The Hollywood producer reportedly reached a $44 million deal to resolve a series of lawsuits and compensate women who accused him of sexual misconduct.
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California Highway Patrol officers block an interstate entrance as protesters march. Police use of deadly force became a focus for advocates in California after the district attorney declined to prosecute the officers who fatally shot Stephon Clark, an unarmed black man whose death sparked demonstrations in the state and across the country.
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