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Russia Trump Inauguration
People watch the presidential inauguration ceremony for Donald Trump in a network and party location in Moscow, Russia, Friday, Jan. 20, 2017. A hundred Trump sympathizers, nationalist activists and spin doctors gathered at a hipster party location several hundred meters away from the Kremlin to celebrate. (AP Photo/Ivan Sekretarev)
Donald Trump appears onstage during his Comedy Central roast in New York in 2011. (Charles Sykes/AP)
A newly discovered species of moth was named after President-elect Donald Trump. The California moth’s habitat is threatened by urbanization. Dr. Vazrick Nazari (Photo via The Sacramento Bee)
Cold Alaska
Ice crystals shower down on Courtney Moore Agnes after she flung a pot of boiling water into the air Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2017, in Tanana, Alaska. The temperature Wednesday at the Tanana airport reached 54 below zero Fahrenheit (-48 Celsius), the coldest recorded in the state, and was 5 degrees colder at -59 F (-51 C) along the river. (Cynthia Erickson via AP)
Hawaii Mars Simulation
This April 25, 2013 photo provided by the University of Hawaii shows the domed structure that will house six researchers for eight months in an environment meant to simulate an expedition to Mars, on Mauna Loa on the Big Island of Hawaii. The group will enter the geodesic dome Thursday, Jan. 19, 2017, and spend eight months together in the 1,200 square foot research facility in a study called Hawaii Space Exploration Analog and Simulation (HI-SEAS). They will have no physical contact with any humans outside their group, experience a 20-minute delay in communications and are required to wear space suits whenever they leave the compound. (Sian Proctor/University of Hawaii via AP)
This Rottweiler was found near Livernois and Warren in Detroit with its nose and ears torn off. (Photo: Michigan Humane Society)
Fairy Circles
In this photo provided by Jen Guyton, one of the mysterious “fairy circles” in the Namib desert that dot the area with circular barren patches. Scientists have come up with a complex theory involving termites and plants to explain what’s happening. (Jen Guyton/www.jenguyton.com via AP)
ODD Raccoons Cross Country Ride
In this photo taken on Sept. 19, 2016, and provided by WildCare, baby raccoons that inadvertently hitched a ride from Florida to Marin County in Northern California are nursed back to health at WildCare in San Rafael, Calif. The raccoons are now recovering at the Oakland Zoo. Animal care authorities said Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2017, that in September a man had unknowingly transported the raccoons from Florida to Marin County in a moving truck. (Marie-Noelle Marquis/WildCare via AP)
Willie McCovey was granted a pardon Tuesday on a tax evasion charge.