On Tuesday on the Senate floor, Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., called for a return to "regular order": the traditional legislative process, with more bipartisanship. Mark Wilson/Getty Images hide caption

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Hospitals Face Growing Cybersecurity Threats

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One of France's massive forest fires is visible from the beach in La Croix-Valmer, near Saint-Tropez. Thousands of French firefighters have been battling blazes that consumed swaths of land in southeastern France. Valery Hache/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Venezuelans began blocking deserted streets Wednesday as the opposition held a two-day strike opposing President Nicolas Maduro's planned vote for a new Constituent Assembly. A banner reading "The Constituent Is Hunger," is seen in Caracas' Petare neighborhood on Wednesday. Ronaldo Schemidt/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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"It's not just about making one German astronaut happy with fresh bread," Marcu explains. "There's really a deeper meaning to bread in space." Above, a photo illustration of bread in space. NASA/ Bake in Space GmbH hide caption

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Members of Girl Scout Troop 6000 troop and leader Giselle Burgess hug after being honored as the first troop exclusively for homeless girls, at a ceremony at New York City Hall on April 25. Don Emmert/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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An NYC Scout Troop Provides Homeless Girls A Place Of Their Own

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Teachers With Student Debt: These Are Their Stories

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Senator John McCain leaves after a procedural vote on healthcare on Thursday, as the Senate was to vote on moving head on health care with the goal of erasing much of Barack Obama's law. Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Earlier this year, Frankfurt, Germany-based Deutsche Bank paid a $425 million fine for its involvement in a money-laundering scheme with Russian clients. Justin Tallis/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Kyara, the 3-month-old calf born at SeaWorld in San Antonio, died Monday after battling "some very serious and progressive health issues over the past week," the company announced. Courtesy of SeaWorld hide caption

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Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Lamaar Thomas (center) is hit in the head by Tampa Bay Buccaneers linebacker Brandon Magee as cornerback Kip Edwards helps make the tackle a 2014 preseason game. Magee was penalized for the hit. Phelan M. Ebenhack/AP hide caption

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Study: CTE Found In Nearly All Donated NFL Player Brains

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"The Goldwater Rule" was implemented in 1973, preventing psychiatrists from making armchair diagnoses, after Barry Goldwater, the Republican nominee for president, successfully sued a magazine that published an article doubting his sanity. Keystone/Getty Images hide caption

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House Votes To Impose New Russia Sanctions — And Also Tie Trump's Hands

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For the business to survive, Uber has to repair its relationship with drivers, which leaders at the company say is "broken." Liam James Doyle/NPR hide caption

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To Keep Drivers From Leaving, Uber Tries To Treat Them Better

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Paul Manafort, President Trump's former campaign manager, has extensive ties to a pro-Russia political party in Ukraine, making him a person of high interest to congressional committees investigating Russia's role in the 2016 election. Matt Rourke/AP hide caption

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