A man uses a vegetable container to carry currency notes in a market in Caracas on May 21. Amid a crushing economic crisis and triple-digit inflation, Venezuela's bolivar has lost so much value that the largest bill, the 100-bolivar note, is now worth less than a dime on the black market. Anadolu Agency/Getty Images hide caption

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Survivors of the first atomic bomb ever used in warfare are seen as they await emergency medical treatment in Hiroshima, Japan, in 1945. AP hide caption

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After Hiroshima Bombing, Survivors Sorted Through The Horror
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Week In Politics: Trump Crosses Delegate Threshold To Secure GOP Nomination
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Katie Couric (right) and White House Senior Adviser Valerie Jarrett, speaking, participate in a panel discussion following a May 16 screening of Couric's documentary Under the Gun at the U.S. Navy Memorial in Washington. Paul Morigi/Getty Images for EPIX hide caption

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My 'Oriental' Father: On The Words We Use To Describe Ourselves
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Irked By The Way Millennials Speak? 'I Feel Like' It's Time To Loosen Up
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Security Lines Are Interminable, But With Good Reason
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Week In Politics: Sanders Stays In, Trump Accepts NRA Endorsement
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Sports Commentary: Bryce Harper Is Living The Life Mickey Mantle Wasted
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On a new episode of The Mindy Project, Dr. Mindy Lahiri decided to embrace her Indian roots, taking her son for a Hindu head-shaving ceremony. Evans Vestal Ward/Universal Television hide caption

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