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Infinity Pool Falls Into Sea After Hurricane Odile
Before and after photos of the infinity pool at Grand Solmar resort in Cabo San Lucas on Sept. 15, 2015.
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Tight Fit: Families Shelter as Odile Wallops Resort
A Mexican family rests inside a room in the service area of a resort after the designated area for shelter was destroyed by winds in Los Cabos.
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'Haunting': Photographer Goes Inside Ebola-Ravaged Slums
Getty Images' John Moore traveled to Liberia's capital after the World Health Organization described the Ebola epidemic there as "catastrophic."
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Pope Visits WWI Battlefield Where His Grandfather Fought
Francis' aim in recalling those who died in WWI was to honor the victims of all wars, at a time when his calls for peace have grown ever more urgent.
Solar Storms Ignite Awesome Auroras
See the spectacular Northern Lights triggered by solar storms.
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Huge Statues of Ancient Greek Mystery Tomb Revealed
Archaeologists have uncovered the expertly crafted robes of two female stone statues standing guard at the entrance of an ancient Greek tomb.
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New Photo Shows Blood-Splattered Pistorius at Scene
Police on Friday released graphic photos of Oscar Pistorius at the bloody scene where he shot Reeva Steenkamp.
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Remembering Ian Paisley, 'Dr. No' Who Said Yes to Peace
Ian Paisley, the firebrand preacher-politician who for decades brayed "No Surrender!" across Northern Ireland's sectarian divide, died on Friday.
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Volcano Home: Man Builds House on Lava Field in Hawaii
Chris Adkins is building his house in a town that was buried under lava flows from Kilauea.
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Prisoners Kept Handcuffed in Children's Playground
Suspected criminals are being held in handcuffs at a public park in Colombia's capital because of overcrowding at a detention center.
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Golfer Hospitalized After Being Hit by Ball
Paraguayan golfer Fabrizio Zanotti was hit on the forehead by a wayward tee shot Thursday during the opening round of the KLM Open.
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Rosetta Probe Snaps a Selfie With Its Comet Bestie
A camera on Rosetta's Philae lander has captured an image of one of the spacecraft's solar panels with Comet Churyumov-Gerasimenko in the background.
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Tribute in Light Honors 9/11 Victims
The Tribute in Light illuminated the sky above lower Manhattan on Wednesday night, the eve of the 13th anniversary of the September 11 attacks.
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NASA's Orion Deep-Space Capsule Makes Its Move
As workers watched, NASA's Orion crew capsule emerged from its assembly hangar at Kennedy Space Center in Florida for a move to its fueling depot.
Get Perspective: How an Astronaut Saw 9/11 From Space
Thirteen years after the terror attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, former astronaut Frank Culbertson tells how he witnessed the tragedy from space.
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Thousands Rally for Catalan Independence
Hundreds of thousands of people marched across Catalonia on Thursday to demand the right to hold a self-determination referendum next November.
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Heating Up: Kyrgyzstan Kicks Off World Nomad Games
Teams from Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Mongolia, Kazakhstan and Tajikistan participated in the World Nomad Games held in Kyrgyzstan.
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Whales and Wildfires: The Week in Pictures
A beloved national park goes up in flames, Ebola carries away a child, Kerry travels cargo to Iraq, Elmo pickets in Times Square and more.
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Never Forget: Nation Marks 9/11 Anniversary
Commemorations around the country remembered the lives lost 13 years ago in the September 11 attacks.
Who Parked This Tractor in My Bedroom?
A 6-ton tractor smashed into the bedroom of a family home near the German town of Homberg.
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Judgment Day: Pistorius Arrives for Verdict
Oscar Pistrorius arrives in court for verdict in murder trial.
Photographer Proves Puppies Are Even More Adorable Underwater
Underwater Seth Casteel became an overnight sensation when his photos of dogs swimming underwater went viral.
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Obama Meets in Situation Room Ahead of National Address
President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden met with members of the National Security Council Wednesday in the Situation Room.
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