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A large reproduction of an Oscar statuette stands at a luncheon earlier this year in Beverly Hills, Calif. The Department of Justice confirmed that it had sent a letter to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, which presents the Oscars, saying it has antitrust concerns with some proposed rule changes. Danny Moloshok/Invision/AP hide caption

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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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Najib Razak, Malaysia's former prime minister, leaves court in Kuala Lumpur on Wednesday — the first day in his trial over charges that he used a slush fund to put millions of dollars into his own accounts. Mohd Rasfan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Malaysia's Former PM Najib Razak Begins Trial On 1MDB Slush-Fund Charges

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Pictured here in 2018, the Crusader horsemen ride around the arena before the start of a Super Rugby semifinal match. The Crusaders announced Wednesday that the team will be considering a change to its name and branding following the Christchurch attacks on March 15. Mark Baker/AP hide caption

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Trucks wait to enter the United States at the border crossing in Tijuana, Mexico, in 2017. More than $1.6 billion in goods flow across the border each day. Jorge Duenes/Reuters hide caption

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How Closing The Border Would Affect U.S. Economy, From Avocados To Autos

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Alma Morales Rosario stands between the beams of her home, in the San Lorenzo neighborhood of Morovis, Puerto Rico, which was being rebuilt in September 2018 after being destroyed by Hurricane Maria. Ramon Espinosa/AP hide caption

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A man panhandles in the median strip on a street in Portland, Maine, in 2017. A federal judge in Arkansas ruled Tuesday that a law forbidding panhandlers to physically interact with people in cars is unconstitutional. Robert F. Bukaty/AP hide caption

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Surprise bills happen when patients go to a hospital they think is in their insurance network but are seen by doctors or specialists who aren't. PeopleImages/Getty Images hide caption

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