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Immigration and Customs Enforcement raided a cellphone repair company in Texas on Wednesday. Buses left the site a few hours after the raid began, presumably with some of the 280 workers arrested for being in the country without proper documentation. Anthony Cave/KERA hide caption

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At a Senate hearing March 27, Daniel Elwell, acting director of the Federal Aviation Administration, said airline pilots had enough training to handle Boeing's flight control software. But some pilots disagree. Andrew Harnik/AP hide caption

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How A Stroller Company Avoided A Recall With Help From The Chair Of The CPSC

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Prosecutors in McLennan County, Texas, said that all remaining charges related to the deadly melee between rival motorcycle gangs outside a Waco restaurant in May 2015 would be dropped. The aftermath of the shooting is seen here. Jerry Larson/AP hide caption

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Prisoners stand in a crowded lunch line during a prison tour at Elmore Correctional Facility in Elmore, Ala. A Department of Justice report finds violence in Alabama's overcrowded prisons is 'cruel' and 'pervasive.' Brynn Anderson/AP hide caption

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Mayor-elect Lori Lightfoot celebrates Tuesday during her election night party in Chicago. Kamil Krzaczynski /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Chicago Mayor-Elect Lori Lightfoot Says City Has 'Fractured Relationship' With Police

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A medical assistant administers insulin to an adolescent patient who has Type 1 diabetes. Cigna's pharmacy benefit manager, Express Scripts, says it covers 1.4 million people who take insulin. Picture Alliance/Getty Images hide caption

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Tenant Jacqueline Davis held back rent when her landlord didn't fix damage from a burst pipe. Jenifer McKim/New England Center for Investigative Reporting hide caption

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'Someone To Speak For You': Low-Income Tenants Get Lawyers For Housing Court

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The United States Department of Agriculture announced on Tuesday it will discontinue a research program that involved killing thousands of cats. The agency has been under pressure to put an end to the program. USDA photo obtained through a FOIA request/White Coat Waste Project hide caption

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After gaining approval from state lawmakers, New York will become the first U.S. city to levy fees on motorists who drive on some of its most congested streets. Here, traffic fills 42nd Street in Midtown Manhattan in January 2018. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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