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Las Vegas Stadium
Dominic Brunetti, from left, Jesse Haw, and Julia Ratti prepare to talk to reporters after the Washoe County Commission appointed them to interim seats in the Nevada Legislature for an anticipated special session next month, Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2016, in Reno, Nev. The three northern Nevadans, including a former Stanford University football player, were appointed Tuesday for a special session to consider raising hotel room taxes in the Las Vegas area to help pay for a $1.9 billion NFL stadium that could attract the Oakland Raiders to the city. (AP Photo/Scott Sonner)
Arizona Parks Cabins
In this Wednesday, May 27, 2015 photo, a National Park cabin is seen on the south rim of the Grand Canyon in Ariz. Arizona's rebounding state parks system plans to more than quadruple the number of cabins at parks statewide, one of several projects on the drawing board to improve and expand parks facilities less than a decade after the system struggled to keep parks open as legislators raided funding during the Great Recession. (AP Photo/Matt York)
Target-CVS-Pill Bottle Anger
In this Sunday, Sept. 18, 2016, photo, Shelley Ewalt sits in her home, in Princeton, N.J., near an amber-colored CVS pharmacy prescription bottle, right, and two uniquely designed red ones from Target. After CVS took over operation of Target's drugstores earlier this year, distraught customers have been asking the drugstore chain to bring back the retailer’s red prescription bottles, which came with color-coded rings, labeling on the top and prescription information that was easier to read. Ewalt tweeted to the drugstore chain, asking if there was any chance they might return to the design of the Target bottles, which she found easier to open. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)
Mideast Iraq
An invited guest from British Museum, right, and an official from Iraq Museum look at antiquities on display at a newly opened museum in the southern city of Basra, Iraq, Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2016. Iraq inaugurated the new antiquities museum in Basra on Tuesday, with pottery, statues, coins and other artifacts dating back more than 2,000 years. Only one hall was opened due to a shortage of funds. The museum is housed in one of Saddam Hussein’s former palaces, which had briefly served as a mess hall for British troops after the 2003 U.S.-led invasion that overthrew him. It will showcase artifacts dating back to 400 B.C. that tell the history of the oil-rich city on the Persian Gulf. (AP Photo/Nabil al-Jurani)
Washington Monument
Visitors walks toward the Washington Monument on the National Mall in Washington, Monday, Sept. 26, 2016. Elevator trouble closes Washington Monument indefinitely the National Park Service says the Washington Monument will be closed indefinitely because of ongoing problems with its elevator. The park service said in a statement Monday that the monument will remain closed until its elevator control system can be modernized. The lone elevator that takes visitors to the top of the 555-foot obelisk has broken down frequently over the past two years. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)