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Of the nine justices of the U.S. Supreme Court, only Justice Clarence Thomas (seated second from left) and Justice Samuel Alito (seated fourth from left) did not file their financial disclosures. They asked for — and were granted — extensions.
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Carol Buckley works to coax Mundi into the transport cage that will carry her from the Puerto Rico zoo to Buckley's elephant refuge in Georgia. Buckley, an expert on elephants in captivity, arrived on the island two weeks ahead of the May 12 flight so she'd have time to earn the elephant's trust.
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Tiffany Justice, co-founder of Moms for Liberty, in Vero Beach, Fla., on May 5. The Southern Poverty Law Center has added the group to its list of antigovernment extremist entities.
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Argentina's Lionel Messi waves after receiving the Golden Ball award for best player at the end of the World Cup final soccer match between Argentina and France at the Lusail Stadium in Qatar on Dec. 18, 2022.
Pope Francis went to a hospital in Rome Wednesday for abdominal surgery. He's seen here in the popemobile, leaving his general audience at St. Peter's Square in The Vatican before heading to the hospital.
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Cleta Mitchell speaks at a conference in Camp Hill, Pa., on April 1, 2022. The influential conservative attorney helped former President Donald Trump as he sought to overturn the 2020 election. She's now working to dismantle ERIC.
Florida lawmakers say SB 1718, a new anti-immigration law set to take effect on July 1, was written to scare migrants from moving to the state. Now, they're trying to convince people to stay.
The Boppy Newborn Lounger has now been linked to at least 10 babies' deaths since 2015 — including two that were reported after the 2021 recall, according to federal authorities.
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