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Paul LePage The Associated Press
Maine Gov. Paul LePage attends an opioid abuse conference in Boston. LePage is being accused again of making racially insensitive comments, this time by saying photos he's collected in a binder of drug dealers arrested in the state show more than 90 percent of them are black or Hispanic. The governor made the remark at a town hall in North Berwick, Maine, Wednesday, Aug. 24, 2016.
Michael Huerta The Associated Press
Federal Aviation Administration Administrator Michael Huerta, speaks during a news conference at Newark Liberty International Airport in Newark, N.J. Federal aviation officials estimate there will be 600,000 commercial drone aircraft operating in the U.S. within the year as the result of new safety rules that went into effect on Monday, Aug. 29, 2016. Huerta said at a news conference that the rules governing the operation of small commercial drones are designed to protect safety without stifling innovation.
Filippo Grandi The Associated Press
U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi, center, visits a transit center for South Sudanese refugees in the remote northwestern district of Adjumani, near the border with South Sudan, in Uganda, Monday, Aug. 29, 2016. Less than two months since a new outbreak of violence in South Sudan sent a surge of about 70,000 refugees into Uganda, the U.N. and its partners are struggling to feed them.
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Huma Abedin, alongside her husband, then-New York mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner, speaks during a news conference in New York. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin says she is separating from husband Anthony Weiner after another sexting revelation involving the former congressman from New York.
Donald Trump The Associated Press
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump holds a roundtable meeting with the Republican Leadership Initiative in his offices at Trump Tower in New York. Trump's campaign is planning its biggest ad buy to date - upward of $10 million on commercials airing over the next week. The campaign is expects the ads to air as soon as Monday, Aug. 29, in nine swing states: Ohio, Pennsylvania, North Carolina and Florida, where the campaign has already been on the air, along with New Hampshire, Virginia, Iowa, Colorado and Nevada.
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Brussels Explosion Being Investigated As Arson
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Australia Arrests 3 Canadians on Drug Smuggling
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Leon Swanson The Associated Press
Norway House resident Leon Swanson weeps at a press conference in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Swanson and David Tait Jr. were switched at birth in 1975 when their mothers gave birth at Norway House Indian Hospital. A recent DNA test revealed that the two men from Norway House Cree Nation in northern Manitoba were likely raised by each other's families. The government believes it's the second case of being switched at birth to occur at the hospital. (John Woods/The Canadian Press via AP)
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Ed trucks arriving at the site and missile launchers being aimed skyward. Russia began delivering the S-300 system to Iran earlier this year after sanctions were lifted under a landmark nuclear agreement with world powers.
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Fighters loyal to the government gather at the site of a suicide car bombing in Yemen’s southern city of Aden, Yemen, Monday, Aug. 29, 2016. The bombing claimed by the Islamic State group in Aden has killed over 50 pro-government troops who had been preparing to travel to Saudi Arabia to fight Houthi rebels in Yemen’s north. Yemen is embroiled in a civil war pitting the internationally recognized government and a Saudi-led coalition against the Shiite Houthi rebels, who are allied with army units loyal to a former president. The fighting has allowed al-Qaida and an IS affiliate to expand their reach, particularly in the south.
Barack Obama The Associated Press
President Barack Obama speaks about the release of Americans by Iran, in the Cabinet Room of the White House in Washington. A $400 million cash delivery to Iran to repay a decades-old arbitration claim may be unprecedented in recent U.S. history, according to legal experts and diplomatic historians, raising further questions about a payment timed to help free four American prisoners in Iran.
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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at Joni's Roast and Ride at the Iowa State Fairgrounds, in Des Moines, Iowa, Saturday, Aug. 27, 2016.
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People stand in line to attend a vigil for the deceased held at St. Thomas Catholic Church in Lexington, Miss., for Sister Margaret Held and Sister Paula Merrill, Sunday, Aug. 28, 2016. The two nuns, from different orders, were found murdered in the Durant, Miss., house they rented, on Thursday. Over 300 people attended the service. Although authorities have arrested a suspect, they speculate on the motive of the deaths of the two nurse practitioners, who worked the poor in a clinic in Lexington.
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In this July 1992 file photo, Hillary Clinton's father Hugh watches as her mother Dorothy Rodham adjusts her daughter's clothing in a New York Hotel room during the Democratic National Convention. Hillary Clinton has landed on very personal argument against Donald Trump's checkered business past: her dad. As the Democratic presidential nominee seeks to undercut Trump's economic record and promote her plans for small businesses, she is invoking memories of her late father's Chicago drapery business. Recalling Hugh Rodham hard at work making and printing curtains for hotels and office buildings, Clinton argues that he would have been "stiffed" in a deal with the celebrity businessman.
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A police officer stands guard as passengers wait in line at Terminal 7 in Los Angeles International Airport, Sunday, Aug. 28, 2016. Reports of a gunman opening fire that turned out to be false caused panicked evacuations at Los Angeles International Airport on Sunday night, while flights to and from the airport saw major delays. Passengers who fled had to be rescreened through security. A search through terminals brought no evidence of a gunman or shots fired, Los Angeles police spokesman Andy Neiman said.
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And provided by Audrey Berk, Berk, left, of Queens, N.Y., and Laurie Lubin of Bellmore, N.Y., hold the World War II dog tags of Berk's father, Irving Isaacs in Bellmore, N.Y. Lubin found the tags on a New York City beach in the summer of 1966 and spent the next 50 years trying to return them. Lubin finally tracked down Isaacs' daughter with the help of The Associated Press and gave her the dog tags at a Bellmore restaurant on Aug. 22. (Audrey Berk/Laurie Lubin/Clifford Kaplan via AP)
Timochenko, Pablo Catatumbo, Ivan Marquez The Associated Press
Commander of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia or FARC, Rodrigo Londono, better known as Timochenko or Timoleon Jimenez talks to the press, accompanied by Ivan Marquez, right, chief negotiator of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia and Pablo Catatumbo, left, chief of the FARC's western bloc, in Havana, Cuba, Sunday, August 28, 2016. The commander of Colombia's biggest rebel movement says its fighters will permanently cease hostilities with the government beginning with the first minute of Monday, as a result of their peace accord for ending five decades of war.
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Today in History for August 29th
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Scientists Complete Yearlong Mars Simulation