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Facebook claims to have 1.23 billion daily users globally. Mark Zuckerberg recently announced that he wants that number to grow and for users to conduct their digital lives only on his platform.

Published on February 19, 2017

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President Trump speaks during his campaign-style rally at Orlando Melbourne International Airport in Florida on Saturday.

Published on February 19, 2017

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A fighter of the Hashed al-Shaabi (Popular Mobilization) paramilitaries stands guard near the front-line village of Ayn al-Hisan, west of Mosul, where Iraqi forces were preparing to launch an offensive to retake the western side of Mosul from the Islamic State.

Published on February 19, 2017

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SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket sits on the launch pad Saturday at Kennedy Space Center in Florida. SpaceX scrubbed the Saturday launch due to a technical issue. The company is trying again Sunday.

Published on February 19, 2017

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SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket sits on the launch pad Saturday at Kennedy Space Center in Florida. SpaceX scrubbed the Saturday launch due to a technical issue. The company is tried again — and succeeded — on Sunday.

Published on February 19, 2017

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President Trump takes questions from reporters during a news conference Thursday. His supporters like it when he criticizes the media.

Published on February 19, 2017

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The Finney County Courthouse is located in Garden City, Kan. The thriving, rural town has attracted people from across the globe to resettle there.

Published on February 19, 2017

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Parents pick up their kids from Garfield Early Childhood Center, a pre-K facility serving all children in the district. Burmese, Mandarin, Arabic, and many Spanish dialects are among at least 27 languages spoken at home by children in the district.

Published on February 19, 2017

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Ahmed Ali loves Garden City, and tells everyone, even people suggesting he go back to Africa, that he's going to grow old there, but the bomb plot gave him what he described as a flashback to the violence he left in Somalia.

Published on February 19, 2017

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Noor Rashid Ibrahim (left) of the Royal Malaysian Police speaks about one of the North Korean suspects, with Selangor state police chief Abdul Samah Mat looking on, in Kuala Lumpur on Sunday.

Published on February 19, 2017

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Sundaygar's prosthetic right leg looks so realistic that some kids at the orphanage think it's real.

Published on February 19, 2017

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With his new leg, Sundaygar can carry water, but he says it is difficult.

Published on February 19, 2017

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Peace Corps volunteer Anne Goreski chats with Sundaygar. Says Goreski: "He's a kid who knows how to make things happen."

Published on February 19, 2017

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Sundaygar Moses, now 12, was suffered a gunshot wound as an infant. Due to an infection, his right leg had to be amputated beneath the knee. His new prosthetic is a close match to his skin tone.

Published on February 19, 2017

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The Segregation Center was located in the Tule Lake Basin, where irrigated fields still butt up against dusty land, interrupted by scrub brush and dramatic outcroppings

Published on February 19, 2017

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One of the few remaining structures at the Tule Lake Segregation Center, the jail, was built in 1944.

Published on February 19, 2017

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A young field worker loads potatoes grown on the farm of the Tule Lake incarceration camp

Published on February 19, 2017

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Each of the 10 incarceration camps nationwide had working farms. Many of the Japanese-Americans held there, like the women above, worked as field hands.

Published on February 19, 2017

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Jim Tanimoto worked on the freight crew, packing and shipping out produce from the Tule Lake farm. Along with many others, he refused to sign the infamous "loyalty questionnaire." He was jailed in a nearby town, and at this former Civilian Conservation Corps camp. He says, "I stood on my constitutional rights. You can't do this to American citizens."

Published on February 19, 2017

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Many of the Japanese Americans incarcerated at Tule Lake had been farmers before the war. At camp, they were employed as field workers, often for $12 a month. Here, incarcerees work in a carrot field.

Published on February 19, 2017

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