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Chanel Trice holds a sign while standing on the cement median between the Eastbound and Westbound lanes of the Interstate 40 bridge over the Mississippi River. Black Lives Matter supporters brought traffic to a standstill on both sides of the bridge by about 7 p.m. as the estimated crowd on the bridge swelled to more than 1,000.
Constance Lambert embraces her dog after finding it alive after returning to her devastated home along Clayton Ave in Tupelo, Mississippi. Lambert was at an event away from her home when the tornado struck and rushed back to check on her two dogs and cat. All three of the animals survived the tornado.
John Ruskey, founder of Quapaw Canoe Company, secures a rope holding his hand built 30 foot wooden canoe to a large piece of driftwood during a windy night on the Mississippi river. The trip was the River Gator inaugural canoe trip that started at Tamm's landing in Lauderdale County, Tennessee and finished around 81 miles later at Mudd Island.
Union Rags, 3, jockeyed by John R. Velazquez takes first during the 144th running of the Belmont Stakes at Belmont Park, Elmont, NY.
Lieutenant Mike Segrest embraces his two young daughters, Aubrey, 4, and Austin, 6, after returning to the United States from the USS Enterprise. Segrest is an F-18 Fighter pilot with the "Knighthawks" of the Strike Fighter Squadron VFA 211returning home from a six-month deployment.
Marquien rides down Flowering Peach Drive during a "Bikes Up Guns Down" event in the Hickory Hill neighborhood of Memphis, TN.
Michael Eggers, 56, a worker at The Great Bend Packing Co., in Great Bend, Kansas, talks with a reporter as he comes into work after hearing about the managements decision to close the plant. Eggers has worked at the plant for 26 of its 27 years of operation. "It's not good to get laid off," said Eggers, "something else will come along though."
A shepherd in Kyrgyzstan guides a flock of sheep along a mountain road.
An impromptu game of pickup basketball on Milwaukee, Wisconsin's northwest side.
Members of the Mariachi Real De Mexico de Ramon Ponce gather on the stairs of an apartment above Aurora Anaya-Cerda's independent bookstore, La Casa Azul, 143 East 103rd Street, before playing during the grand opening on Friday evening, East Harlem, NY.
Patrons along Beale Street in Memphis, Tennessee rushed towards who they thought was Prince Harry of Wales but was actually the look-a-like for a Fox television show, "I Wanna Marry Harry." The show was in Memphis for publicity during the same time that the real Prince Harry of Wales was in town for a wedding.
Angela Mills attempts to stay cool while riding on the uptown bound 1 train out of Times Square on Thursday afternoon, Manhattan, New York.
A structure along Legion Lake is destroyed after a tornado passed through Tupelo, Mississippi. Tupelo Mayor Jason Shelton asked residents to avoid the North Gloster Street and Joyner residential neighborhood where some of the heaviest damage took place.
From left, Tamiyah Wright, 1, TeBrya Jeans, 2, Bryteria Jeans, 6, and Bryanna Wright, spend time in their Extended Stay America hotel room while waiting for their unit at the Warren apartments to be fixed. The family was moved out of their unit last Saturday after city code enforcement officers deemed their apartment uninhabitable.
The Choirs of Woodland Presbyterian Church prepare to sing an opening song during the ceremonial groundbreaking in front of the Woodland Presbyterian School on Monday morning. The $3.3 million addition and renovation will add five classrooms for seventh- and eighth-graders and update the school's early childhood program.
Pool goers lay out for some sun while enjoying a summer day at Astoria Park Pool in New York City, NY.
Hunter Allred climbs into the destroyed home of Constance Lambert along Clayton Ave in Tupelo, Mississippi to search for her missing dog and two cats.
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