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Kavanaugh Hearings, Day 2: More Protests As Senators Press On Precedent

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Protesters of Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh protest while wearing costumes from The Handmaid’s Tale during his confirmation hearing with the Senate Judiciary Committee on Capitol Hill Wednesday.

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Turbulence Roils Emerging Markets In The Shadow Of A Strengthened U.S. Dollar

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A pile of Turkish lira and euro banknotes sit atop a table earlier this month. The currencies of Turkey and other emerging economies have been falling against the U.S. dollar, which has been boosted by rising interest rates.

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6.7 Magnitude Quake Strikes Hokkaido, Japan, Causing Massive Landslides And 1 Death

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A house is damaged by landslides caused by an earthquake in Atsuma town in Hokkaido prefecture on September 6. A 6.7-magnitude quake rocked the northern Japanese island of Hokkaido.

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Kavanaugh Hearings, Day 1: Protesters Focus On Roe; Attempted Handshake Goes Viral

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Protesters dressed as characters from The Handmaid’s Tale outside the confirmation hearing for Brett Kavanaugh on Tuesday.

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Lawyer For Homeless Man Says $400,000 Raised To Help Him Is Gone

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Mark D’Amico (left) and Kate McClure (center) speak with Megyn Kelly on Megyn Kelly Today. The couple set up a GoFundMe page for homeless man Johnny Bobbitt, but his lawyer says the money is gone and little of it went to Bobbitt.

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Ayanna Pressley’s Surprise Upset Shows Women Of Color’s Power In Democratic Politics

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Boston City Councilor Ayanna Pressley greeted family, friends and supporters after beating Rep. Michael Capuano in the Democratic primary for Massachusetts’ 7th Congressional District.

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Clergy Sex Abuse Survivors Face Lifelong Financial Burdens

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Pittsburgh resident Ray Santori is a survivor of childhood sexual abuse by a priest. The economic consequences have been considerable.

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Grizzlies Have Recovered, Officials Say; Now Montanans Have To Get Along With Them

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A sow grizzly bear spotted near Camas in northwestern Montana. Wildlife officials endorsed a plan in August to keep northwestern Montana’s grizzly population at roughly 1,000 bears as the state seeks to bolster its case that lifting federal protections will not lead to the bruins’ demise.

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Nearly 90 Elephants Found Dead Near Botswana Sanctuary, Killed By Poachers

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Elephants in the Chobe National Park in Botswana. Eighty-seven elephant carcasses were found in the country, months after it disarmed its anti-poaching unit.

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U.S. Cuts $300 Million In Aid To Pakistan; Says It’s Failing To Fight Militants

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A Pakistani motorcyclist rides over images of President Trump in August 2017 after Trump accused Pakistan of harboring militants.

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Afropunk Brings The ‘Black Lives Matter’ Ethos Abroad

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After hours of waiting, a festival attendee cuts loose in a mosh pit at the Afropunk Joburg festival in Johannesburg in December 2017.

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Reporter’s Notebook: In Eastern Germany, The Far-Right Has Found A Foothold

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Large crowds of far-right demonstrators rallied in the German city of Chemnitz on Saturday.

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