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Don't be crushed if they don't like you.
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From the deadly ambush of nine Americans in Mexico to the voter turnout in elections across the US, these are the most striking and memorable pictures from this past week.
It's all in the stars.
River Baker, 17, was "a wonderful student, athlete, and friend that will be missed by so many," his school district said.
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In the 1970s, Studio 54 was a palace of excess and hedonism — and on Halloween, this infamous nightclub opened its doors to the costumed ghouls of New York City.
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From the ongoing impeachment inquiry against President Trump to the Turkish invasion of northern Syria, these are the most striking and memorable pictures from this past week.
"I really hope people will see these pictures and think about why we build barriers and how we can maybe let down a few in our spaces."
Stop putting your hobbies and interests on hold. Chase your dreams!
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Estimated to be Japan's largest storm in decades, Typhoon Hagibis slammed the country with torrential rain and heavy winds.
"If you have a strong conviction or idea, you don’t need to be held back by your gender anymore. Just go for it."
"I hope people find in these pictures a sense of community, and can see the beauty that radiates from Chicanx people."
I just lost my mood ring. I'm not sure how I feel about this.
"I find the 19th century a particularly fascinating time in photography because it’s the absolute beginning."
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In 1949, Mao Zedong declared the founding of the People's Republic of China, ushering in 70 years of massive social and political upheaval under communist rule.
Nobody appreciates free stuff more than a broke college kid.
From the impeachment inquiry into President Trump to the UN Climate Action Summit, these are the most striking and memorable pictures from this past week.
"They knew that Jim would take an amazing photograph of them — and not just of them as these huge heroes on stage, but also the quiet moments after the concert was over."
"I want people to come away from this exhibition with an awareness that inequality and climate change are at critical states and that we need to address them globally."
Nintendo started as a small Japanese trading card company in 1889 and would pivot into electronic entertainment nearly 100 years later, growing into the quintessential video game company we know today.
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“Everything. I’m only 17, I haven’t lived. It’s scary.”
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“This is my 27th year being incarcerated. I’ve been scared, lonely, hurt, disappointed, and forgotten."
We wanted to begin this article with a facial hair pun, but we’ll shave it for later.