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President Barack Obama as he delivers remarks on the economy in front of Navistar's all-electric commercial truck at a manufacturing plant in Wakarusa, Ind. Obama, who made his first trip as president to nearby Elkhart, Ind. will visit Concord High School in Elkhart on Wednesday, June 1, 2016.
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Provided by the state of Hawaii, ocean debris accumulates in Kahuku, Hawaii on the North Shore of Oahu. State officials say a study of the eight main Hawaiian Islands shows that ocean debris regularly accumulates around the archipelago, and that most of it is not linked to the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami in Japan. The aerial survey shows that much of the debris that accumulates on the shores of Hawaii is from fishing gear and plastics discarded locally. (Dan Dennison/Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources via AP)
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Cheryl Mills speaks to reporters on Capitol Hill in Washington. A court deposition released by a conservative legal group shows that Mills, a veteran aide to Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton discussed Clinton's private email server with a technical aide who helped set up and run the system. Mills said in five hours of testimony that the conversations took place after Clinton stepped down as secretary of state in 2013.
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A lifeguard warns beach goers to stay out of the water at Corona del Mar beach in Newport Beach, Calif. Thousands of Memorial Day beachgoers were kept out of the water Monday as lifeguards searched miles of popular Southern California shoreline for a shark they believe attacked a swimmer the day before. (Cindy Yamanaka/The Orange County Register via AP) MAGS OUT; LOS ANGELES TIMES OUT; MANDATORY CREDIT
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Study: Concussions In Kids Vastly Undercounted
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Obama Urges Preparedness for Hurricane Season
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President Barack Obama, accompanied Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Administrator Craig Fugate, listens during his visit to FEMA Headquarters in Washington, Tuesday, May 31, 2016, to receive a hurricane preparedness briefing.
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Virginia Tech environmental engineering professor Marc Edwards testifies in Washington, to examine the ongoing lead water crisis in Flint, Michigan. Scientists say municipal water in Flint, has gotten much better in recent months and is safe for handwashing, showering and bathing. A team led by Edwards provided an update Tuesday May 31, 2016 on results of sampling from homes and buildings in the city, where the water became tainted with lead.
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Watchdog Group Blames Cincinnati Zoo
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Wildlife officials carry a sedated tiger on a stretcher at the "Tiger Temple" in Saiyok district in Kanchanaburi province, west of Bangkok, Thailand. Wildlife officials in Thailand on Monday began removing some of the 137 tigers held at a Buddhist temple following accusations that the monks were involved in illegal breeding and trafficking of the animals.
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Provided by the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden shows Harambe, a western lowland gorilla, who was fatally shot Saturday, May 28, 2016, to protect a 3-year-old boy who had entered its exhibit. (Jeff McCurry/Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden via The Cincinatti Enquirer via AP)
Annette Page, Sharee Page The Associated Press
Annette Page, left, and her sister Sharee Page, pose for a photograph at Sharee's home during an interview, in Farmington, Utah. The two Utah sisters have received a breast cancer diagnosis within about two weeks of one another, a coincidence that doctors say is extremely rare, but gives them the chance to undergo chemotherapy together, shave each other's heads and discuss their identical symptoms.
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13-Year Old Boy Attacked By Shark in Florida
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Marsha McLane, executive director of the Texas Civil Commitment Office, talks about her facility's operations at the Texas Civil Commitment Center, Bill Clayton Facility, in Littlefield, Texas. Many of Texas' most violent sex offenders have been housed for months in the former prison in rural West Texas. Officials believe the in-patient treatment protocol will yield better results for those confined here by court order due to its more intensive and therapeutic nature, according to McLane. (Mark Rogers/Lubbock Avalanche-Journal via AP) ALL LOCAL TELEVISION OUT; MANDATORY CREDIT
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The octcoral, Paramuricea biscaya, covered with brown flocculent material containing oil and dispersant residues from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. A small, white anemone and a red, coiled, symbiotic brittle star are also present on the coral colony. The photo taken via a remote operating vehicle (ROV), at 1390 meters (4500 feet) depth, in the Mississippi Canyon 294 lease block, approximately 10 miles from the site of the former Deepwater Horizon and 130 miles southeast of New Orleans, La. (Lophelia II 2010, NOAA OER, and BOEM, via AP)
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Report Details Bleaching of Great Barrier Reef
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A game ranger walks by a rotting elephant carcass, in Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe. Zimbabwean officials say poachers killed five elephants by poisoning them with cyanide. Violet Makoto, spokeswoman for Zimbabwe's forestry commission, said Monday, May 30, 2016 that rangers discovered the carcasses of the elephants with their tusks removed in a western forest last week. No arrests have been made.
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Rescuers search for a 7-year-old boy who is missing in a Japanese forest in Nanae town, on Hokkaido, the northernmost of Japan's four main islands Monday, May 30, 2016. He has been missing since late Saturday afternoon after his parents reportedly made him get out of the car as punishment. (Kyodo News via AP) JAPAN OUT, MANDATORY CREDIT
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Sweden fans pose with a Swedish flag before the World Cup qualifying soccer match between Sweden and Portugal in Stockholm, Sweden. For the first time since record-keeping began in 1749, Sweden now has more men than women. Swedes don't quite know what to make of this sudden male surplus, which is highly unusual in the West, where women historically have been in the majority in almost every country. But it may be a sign of things to come in Europe as changes in life expectancy and migration transform demographics. The tipping point in Sweden happened in March 2015, when population statistics showed 277 more men than women.