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Attorney General William Barr speaks with Myrna DuMontier (left) and Charmel Gillin (right), councilwomen with the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes on Friday on the Flathead Reservation in Pablo, Mont. Patrick Semansky/AP hide caption

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It's unclear whether President Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping can come to a trade deal. A new bill supporting Hong Kong protesters could complicate talks. Brendan Smialowski/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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President Trump Waffles On Hong Kong Democracy Bill Amid China Trade Talks

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John Quinn, 67, first came forward two decades ago with allegations of sexual assault by a Philadelphia priest and said he considered waiting to sue. Natalie Piserchio for WHYY hide caption

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A worker stirs Ocean Spray cranberries in a bog set up in front of Rockefeller Center in October 2008. For decades, Susan Stamberg has managed to sneak her family's controversial cranberry relish recipe onto the air. Timothy A. Clary/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Mama Stamberg Takes Her Cranberry Relish Recipe To Ocean Spray's CEO

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South Korea's government says it will stay in the General Security of Military Information Agreement, or GSOMIA, with Japan, reversing course hours before a midnight deadline. Here, a protest banner about the plan was on display in Seoul on Friday. Ahn Young-joon/AP hide caption

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These spotlights are part of a binational art installation that aims to connect people on both sides of the Rio Grande. Carlos Morales/Marfa Public Radio hide caption

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Interactive Art Installation Lets Strangers Talk To Each Other Across The Border

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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy shakes hands with Vice President Pence in Warsaw, Poland, on Sept. 1. Petr David Josek/AP hide caption

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For Pence, Impeachment Inquiry Will Test A Political Path Shaped By Faith

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Former White House national security aide Fiona Hill and David Holmes, a U.S. diplomat in Ukraine, return from a break to continue their testimony before the House Intelligence Committee on Thursday. Andrew Harnik/AP hide caption

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Samples of Silestone, a countertop material made of quartz. Cutting the material releases dangerous silica dust that can damage people's lungs if the exposure to the dust is not properly controlled. Catie Dull/NPR hide caption

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'It's Going To Get Worse': How U.S. Countertop Workers Started Getting Sick

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Faith leaders and members of human rights groups protest outside of the U.S. Capitol during a demonstration calling on Congress not to end refugee resettlement programs on Oct. 15, 2019, in Washington. Trump officials announced in September that it would allow localities to opt out of accepting refugees. Jose Luis Magana/AP hide caption

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Special Operations Chief Edward Gallagher and his wife, Andrea Gallagher, after the Navy SEAL was acquitted of murder by a military court in San Diego on July 2. Gregory Bull/AP hide caption

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Scott Warren (center) of Ajo, Ariz., celebrates with his attorneys Amy Knight and Greg Kuykendall outside court in Tucson, Ariz., on Wednesday. Astrid Galvan/AP hide caption

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