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Though the filling is not actually totally transparent, the name of the pie has stuck around since it first appeared in Kentucky newspapers in the 1890s. J. Tyler Franklin/WFPL hide caption

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Pedestrians walk past a newsstand in Harare on Monday. Zimbabwe's longtime president, Robert Mugabe, ignored a midday deadline set by the ruling party to step down or face impeachment proceedings. Meanwhile, Zimbabweans stunned by his failure to resign during a national address vowed more protests to make him leave. Ben Curtis/AP hide caption

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Nick Vargas talks with Dr. Kathryn Hall at The Source, an LGBT center in Visalia, Calif. Hall says that time and time again, her patients tell her they're afraid to come out to their other doctors. Ezra David Romero/Valley Public Radio hide caption

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'Here It Goes': Coming Out To Your Doctor In Rural America

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel, right, and the chairman of the German Christian Social Union state group, Alexander Dobrindt, center, arrive for a faction meeting at the Bundestag, in Berlin, on Monday. Michael Sohn/AP hide caption

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Parishioners pray together May 18 at the Notre Dame D'Haiti Catholic Church in the Little Haiti neighborhood of Miami. The prayer service touched on the church's concern about the outcome of the decision on extending the Temporary Protected Status for 50,000 Haitians living in the United States because. On Monday the Department of Homeland Security to let the protection expire. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Doctors think the chronic pain of "shoulder impingement" may arise from age-related tendon and muscle degeneration, or from a bone spur that can rub against a tendon. Michele Constantini/Getty Images/PhotoAlto hide caption

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Popular Surgery To Ease Chronic Shoulder Pain Called Into Question

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U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams, shown here testifying before a Senate committee in 2017, says President Trump's top health priority is addressing opioid addiction. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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U.S. Surgeon General Says Working Together Is Key To Combating Opioid Crisis

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