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Stephany Gay and her mother, Kathy. Photo courtesy HBO.
PTSD suicide
To help him cope with his PTSD, Noah Harter would sometimes climb the Manitou Incline twice a day. In 2015, Noah took his own life. His Marine boots, dog tags and hat are among his possessions that his parents have to remember him. They hold an enlargement of a photo of Noah at the base of the incline near where they hope to put a memorial bench. Tuesday, February 21, 2017. Photo by Jerilee Bennett, The Gazette
Trump Budget Opioid Crisis
In this 2013 photo provided by Kraig Moss, Moss, left, poses with son, Rob, in their Owego, N.Y. home. In a hall packed with Iowa voters, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump looked Moss in the eye and vowed to fight the opioid crisis that killed his only son Rob two years earlier. But Trump released a federal budget proposal Tuesday, May 23, 2017, that would cut insurance coverage for addiction treatment and funding for research and prevention. (Moss Family Photo via AP)
Medical Marijuana
This Tuesday, May 23, 2017, photo shows GW Pharmaceuticals' Epidiolex, a medicine made from marijuana, but without TCH, in New York. According to a study published Wednesday by the New England Journal of Medicine the medicine cut seizures in kids with a severe form of epilepsy, which strengthens the case for more research into pot's possible health benefits. (AP Photo/Kathy Young)
Panthers Football
Carolina Panthers' Luke Kuechly (59) directs the defense during the NFL football team's organized team activity in Charlotte, N.C., Thursday, May 25, 2017. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton)
Hungary Falling Population
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban delivers his speech during the Demographic Forum of the Budapest Family Summit conference in Budapest, Hungary, Thursday May 25, 2017. Hungary’s prime minister says the government will reduce mortgages for families with three or more children and build or renovate many nurseries to help boost the country’s birth rate. Prime Minister Viktor Orban has also announced the cut or elimination of student loans owed by women with two or more children and says the government would like to increase the number of children born per woman from 1.5 now to 2.1 by 2030. (Szilard Koszticsak/MTI via AP)