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Victims of sexual harassment, sexual assault, sexual abuse and their supporters protest during a #MeToo march this month in Hollywood, Calif. Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Special Report: A Cultural Turning Point On Sexual Harassment?

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Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe delivers his speech during a live broadcast at State House in Harare on Sunday. Mugabe has baffled the country by ending his address on national television without announcing his resignation. AP hide caption

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The First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs, shown on Nov. 12, was turned into a memorial to honor those who died on Nov. 5. Devin Patrick Kelley shot and killed 26 people and wounded 20 others when he opened fire during Sunday service at the church in Sutherland Springs, Texas. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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In his new book, Dr. Aaron Carroll explains that there might be less evidence against some notoriously bad foods than we think. MHJ/Getty Images hide caption

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'The Bad Food Bible' Says Your Eating Might Not Be So Sinful After All

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This is likely a pit toilet. The idea is that there's a giant hole underneath the toilet. It's from Revben and Havenes Banda's home in a rural village in Malawi. They live with their five children and five grandchildren; their monthly income is $50. Zoriah Miller for Dollar Street hide caption

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The team led by Justice Department special counsel Robert Mueller is set to interview a number of current administration officials, a top White House attorney tells NPR. Mark Wilson/Getty Images hide caption

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Policemen charge on protesters in San Salvador Atenco, Mexico, in May 2006, in efforts to reestablish order in the city. Two people died and many were abused in the battle that broke out when police attempted to remove peddlers from the city and neighboring Texcoco. Alfredo Estrella/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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To Save Their Water Supply, Colorado Farmers Taxed Themselves

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Franco-Tunisian fashion designer Azzedine Alaia poses during an exposition of Britain's artist Richard Wentworth photographic work on fashion design on Sept. 7, 2017 at the Maison Alaia in Paris. Francios Guillot /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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