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  1. Venezuelan government says it put down military uprising

    People demonstrate in the vicinity of a Bolivarian National Guard command, in Caracas, Venezuela, on Monday, Jan. 21, 2019.Dozens of policemen cordoned off the Caracas neighborhood of Cotiza before a uprising of members of the Bolivarian National Guard against the government of Nicolas Maduro. (Miguel Gutierrez/EFE/Zuma Press/TNS)
  2. Martin Luther King Day commemorations

    Women of color from Miami-Dade Fire & Rescue stand on top of a fire truck as their silhouettes are cast against the clear blue sky during MLK Day Parade in Liberty City on Monday, Jan. 21, 2019. The annual parade features marching bands, food vendors, music, and much more as Miami's Liberty City neighborhood celebrates the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. (Carl Juste/Miami Herald/TNS)
  3. Russia, Turkey to talk about Syria's future

    Russia's President Vladimir Putin during a news conference following a meeting with Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at Moscow's Kremlin on Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2019, in Moscow. (Mikhail Metzell/Tass/Abaca Press/TNS)
  4. Hate, interrupted: How one group teaches Americans how to talk about race

    Rusty Vaughan gives Jane Carrigan a goodbye hug, as Rusty is moving away from Annapolis after working with Jane for years, at the Unitarian Church in Annapolis. Vaughan and Carrigan helped organize a local branch of the racial justice group called "Coming to The Table." (Lloyd Fox/Baltimore Sun/TNS)
  5. Boeing overhauls quality controls: more high-tech tracking but fewer inspectors

    Ernesto Gonzalez-Beltran, VP of Quality at Boeing Commercial Airplanes, left, looks on as Mechanic Ken Zabel uses a Bluetooth-enabled device and probe to measure gaps between sections at the wing-to-body join on a Boeing 787. The system automatically records and stores the data and expedites the process of ordering shims to fill the gaps. (Mike Siegel/Seattle Times/TNS)

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