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Students holds signs and sex toys as they protest a campus carry law in Austin, Texas, Wednesday Aug. 24, 2016. Hundreds of University of Texas students waved sex toys at a campus rally during the first day of classes, protesting a new state law that allows concealed handguns in college classrooms, buildings and dorms.
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Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton talks with Jimmy Kimmel during a break in the taping of "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" in Los Angeles, Monday, Aug. 22, 2016.
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Ray Tellman, executive director of the Middle Cities Education Association, expresses opposition to the potential closure of low-performing Michigan public schools on Wednesday, Aug. 24, 2016, at the Michigan Association of School Boards office in Delta Township, Mich. At left is Don Wotruba, executive director the school boards group. At right is Chris Wigent, executive director of the Michigan Association of School Administrators.
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Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton greets people outside on the street as she leaves a fundraiser in Piedmont, Calif., Tuesday, Aug. 23, 2016.
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Marquez Tolbert cries Tuesday, Aug. 23, 2016 as he listens in Atlanta to testimony in the trial of Martin Blackwell who is accused of pouring boiling water on him and a friend Anthony Gooden, right, as they slept.
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A pedestrian crosses in front of a vehicle as part of a demonstration at Mcity on its opening day on the University of Michigan campus in Ann Arbor, Mich. Automakers say cars that wirelessly talk to each other are finally ready for the road. The cars hold the potential to dramatically reduce traffic deaths, improve the safety of self-driving cars and someday maybe even help solve traffic jams. Government and industry have spent more than a decade and more than $1 billion researching and testing the technology, known as vehicle-to-vehicle communications, or V2V.
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President Barack Obama speaks by the Sentinel Bridge in the Yosemite Valley in front of Yosemite Falls, the highest waterfall in the park, at Yosemite National Park, Calif. In a new project with National Geographic, Obama becomes the first sitting U.S. president to project himself into virtual reality, in this case, a 360-degree representation of Yosemite National Park. The 11-minute VR video, narrated by Obama, is one part paean to the wonders of America’s national parks and one part warning of the threat posed by climate change.
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Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellen arrives on Capitol Hill in Washington to testify before the Senate Banking Committee. On Friday, Aug. 26, 2016, Yellen will deliver a high-profile speech at the annual meeting of the world's central bankers in Jackson Hole, Wyo. Yellen could use the speech to signal potential for a rate hike.
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People stand outside the entertainer Prince's Paisley Park compound in Chanhassen, Minn. Paisley Park, the private estate and production complex of the late rock superstar Prince, will open for public tours starting Oct. 6. (Jim Gehrz/Star Tribune via AP, File)
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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at a campaign rally in Jackson, Miss., Wednesday, Aug. 24, 2016.
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Dwayne Johnson attends the premiere of his film, "Central Intelligence" in Los Angeles. Johnson is the highest-paid actor with a fast and furious income of $64.5 million, according to Forbes magazine. Johnson, the former wrestler whose income swelled thanks to the films “Central Intelligence” and “Fast 8,” beat out Jackie Chan with $61 million and Matt Damon, who earned $55 million. (Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP, File)
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People stand in line to apply for a job with Aldi at a job fair in Miami Lakes, Fla. On Thursday, Aug. 25, 2016, the Labor Department reports on the number of people who applied for unemployment benefits a week earlier.
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Chief Justice Maureen O'Connor of the Ohio Supreme Court speaks during a forum sponsored by The Associated Press in Columbus, Ohio. Seeking to coordinate efforts to battle drug abuse in some of the hardest-hit U.S. states, state Supreme Court justices and other high-ranking officials were meeting in Cincinnati from Wednesday through Friday, Aug. 24 to 26, 2016, during a private conference opened by O'Connor of the Ohio Supreme Court.
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Egyptian lawyer and former presidential candidate Khaled Ali points to photos of jailed activists, who were arrested during protests over two disputed Red Sea islands, including Egyptian rights lawyer Malek Adly, top row third right, during a press conference, in Cairo, Egypt. An Egyptian court has ordered on Thursday, Aug. 25, 2016 the release of the prominent rights lawyer held in solitary confinement for the past three months after he challenged in court a decision by the country's president to hand over two Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia.
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Atlanta Braves' Jeff Francoeur is congratulated in the dugout after his two-run home run during the seventh inning of a baseball game against the Philadelphia Phillies, in Atlanta. The Miami Marlins acquired Francoeur from the Braves in a three-team trade Wednesday night, Aug. 24, 2016, hoping the well-traveled outfielder can provide a boost toward a playoff spot.
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LSU coach Les Miles watches his team warm up before an NCAA college football game against Florida in Baton Rouge, La. That Les Miles could be even considered to be on the dreaded hot seat at LSU entering this season tells you all you need to know about job security among college football coaches these days _ especially those in the Southeastern Conference.