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Apple CEO and Auburn graduate Tim Cook high-fives fans after Alabama missed a field goal that would have tied an NCAA college football game during the second half in Auburn, Alabama.

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US President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump are recognized during a NCAA college football game between LSU and Alabama at Bryant-Denny Stadium, in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

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Brendan Gaughan (62) flips in Turn 3 as driver Kurt Busch (1) and David Ragan (38) pass underneath during a NASCAR Cup Series auto race at Talladega Superspeedway in Talladega, Alabama.

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Chris Buescher, top left, gets airborne after a collision with Matt DiBenedetto (95) on the back stretch during a NASCAR Cup Series auto race at Talladega Superspeedway in Talladega, Ala.

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Volunteer Lelia Gilmer seeks comfortable clothes for a member of the Robertson family as they prepare to return from the hospital after being injured in the March 3 Beauregard tornados at Providence Baptist Church in Beauregard, Alabama. The western campus of the church is the volunteer headquarters in the recovery effort.

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US President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump walk hand in hand in Beauregard, Alabama, as they tour areas where tornados killed 23 people in Lee County, Alabama. Melania Trump largely avoided the campaign trail in 2016, limiting her role to a handful of appearances and interviews. But as President Donald Trump shows his eagerness for the coming 2020 re-election battle, less clear is the first lady’s fervor for participating in the effort.

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Debris sits on the side of a road in a neighborhood devastated by a tornado in Beauregard, Alabama.

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Cindy Sanford sifts through the debris while retrieving personal items after a tornado destroyed her home in Beauregard, Alabama.

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Crews cleanup the debris in a neighborhood devastated by a tornado in Beauregard, Alabama.

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A firefighter searches the debris in a neighborhood devastated by a tornado in Beauregard, Alabama.

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Debris litters the neighborhood where multiple members of the same family were killed in a tornado in Beauregard, Alabama.

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Richard Tate walks through his neighborhood devastated from a tornado while retrieving personal items from his damaged home in Beauregard, Alabama. Tate lost a sister, brother-in-law, nephew, and uncle in the storm, all who lived nearby. "I'm lucky to be alive," said Tate.

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Cindy Sanford, second from right, sifts through the debris with help from her brother, Tim Lancaster, from left, daughter, Kayla Causey, and stepfather, Michael Boutwell, while retrieving personal items after a tornado destroyed Sanford's home in Beauregard, Alabama.

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Debris is scattered after a tornado blew a home off its foundation in Beauregard, Alabama.

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Debris litters the Buck Wild Saloon, after it was heavily damaged by a tornado, in Smiths Station, Alabama.

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Brittney Downs looks through the debris of a family member's destroyed home the day after a deadly tornado ravaged the area, in Beauregard, Alabama.

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Rescue workers, local residents, and volunteers search the wreckage of a home along Lee Road 38 after after a Sunday night tornado in Beauregard, Alabama.

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A resident makes his way along Lee Road 38 after a Sunday night tornado in Beauregard, Alabama.

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Rescue workers in a four wheeler pass by the wreckage of a home along Lee Road 38 after a Sunday night tornado in Beauregard, Alabama.

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Danny Allen recovers a family photo while sifting through the debris of a friend's home destroyed by a tornado in Beauregard, Alabama.

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Debris from a home litters a yard the day after a tornado blew it off its foundation, lower right, in Beauregard, Alabama.

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Granadas Baker, left, and son Granadas Jr. 18, right, retrieve personal items from the damaged home where they survived a tornado a day earlier in Beauregard, Alabama.

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Destruction is seen from tornadoes that came through last night, killing multiple people, in Lee County, Alabama.

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Matthew Schell looks for personal mementos by flashlight at dusk in the rubble of the house destroyed by a tornado which killed his uncle, David Wayne Dean, in Beauregard, Alabama.

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Family and friends of David Wayne Dean, who died when a tornado destroyed his house, sift through the rubble by flashlight at dusk looking for personal items in Beauregard, Alabama.

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The Buck Wild Saloon sits without the roof and the front wall, in Smiths Station, Alabama, following a powerful storm system.

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An uprooted tree lies by a house on Lee County Road 166, in Beauregard, Alabama following deadly tornados that hit the area.

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Debris litters a property after a home was damaged by a tornado a day earlier in Beauregard, Alabama.

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Debris is scattered over a neighborhood where homes were destroyed by a tornado a day earlier in Beauregard, Alabama.

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Destruction is seen from tornadoes that came through last night, killing multiple people, in Lee County, Alabama.

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Destruction is seen from tornadoes that came through last night, killing multiple people, in Lee County, Alabama.

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Destruction is seen from tornadoes that came through last night, killing multiple people, in Lee County, Alabama.

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Demonstrators lie on the Edmund Pettus Bridge in support of voting rights during the Bloody Sunday commemoration in Selma, Alabama. The infamous “Bloody Sunday” on March 7, 1965, galvanized support for the passage of the Voting Rights Act that year.

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A Muscle Shoals police vehicle pushes through flood waters that cover Melissa Drive in Nathan Estates helping those who need to be evacuated, in Muscle Shoals, Alabama.

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John Cunningham, left, and Hunter Shows, right, watch the waves crash from Tropical Storm Gordon in Dauphin Island, Alabama.

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A family watches the first rains clouds from Tropical Storm Gordon roll in in Dauphin Island, Alabama.

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A car drives through a road as flood waters come in from Tropical Storm Gordon in Dauphin Island, Alabama.

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A car drives through a road as it slowly begins to flood as Tropical Storm Gordon approaches in Dauphin Island, Alabama. Boaters are evacuating to safe harbors, and motorists are fleeing barrier islands as the Gulf Coast hustles to get ready for the storm.

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Austin Dillon (3) wrecks during a NASCAR Talladega auto race at Talladega Superspeedway in Talladega, Alabama.

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Bronze statue called "Raise Up" as part of the display at the National Memorial for Peace and Justice, a new memorial to honor thousands of people killed in racist lynchings, in Montgomery, Alabama.

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A man walks through a display at the National Memorial for Peace and Justice, a new memorial to honor thousands of people killed in lynchings, in Montgomery, Alabama.

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This photo shows names of lynching victims as a part of the display at the National Memorial for Peace and Justice, a new memorial to honor thousands of people killed in lynchings, in Montgomery, Alabama.

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This photo shows part of the display at the National Memorial for Peace and Justice, a new memorial to honor thousands of people killed in racist lynchings in Montgomery, Alabama.

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This photo shows part of the display at the National Memorial for Peace and Justice, a new memorial to honor thousands of people killed in lynchings in Montgomery, Alabama.

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This photo shows names of lynching victims at the National Memorial for Peace and Justice, a new memorial to honor thousands of people killed in racist lynchings, in Montgomery, Alabama.

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This photo shows part of the display at the National Memorial for Peace and Justice, a new memorial to honor thousands of people killed in lynchings, in Montgomery, Alabama.

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This photo shows a bronze statue called "Raise Up", part of the display at the National Memorial for Peace and Justice, a new memorial to honor thousands of people killed in lynchings, in Montgomery, Alabama.

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A statue of a chained man is on display at the National Memorial for Peace and Justice, a new memorial to honor thousands of people killed in racist lynchings, in Montgomery, Alabama.

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Part of a statue depicting chained people is on display at the National Memorial for Peace and Justice, a new memorial to honor thousands of people killed in racist lynchings in Montgomery, Alabama.

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Part of a statue depicting chained people is on display at the National Memorial for Peace and Justice, a new memorial to honor thousands of people killed in racist lynchings in Montgomery, Alabama.

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An IndyCar official stands next to the parked cars after the race was red flagged and postponed due to inclement weather during the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama auto race at Barber Motorsports Park in Birmingham, Alabama.

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Emergency personnel walk around a bus that crashed into a ravine in Loxley, Alabama. The bus carrying dozens of students and six adults from Channelview crashed on Interstate 10 nearly the Alabama-Florida line. The driver died and about three dozen others went to hospitals.

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Rescue crews work at the scene of a deadly charter bus crash in Loxley, Alabama. The bus carrying Texas high school band members home from Disney World plunged into a ravine.

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A tractor trailer drives across Singing River Bridge, in Florence, Alabama. Snow was falling in a wide band that stretched from southeast Texas all the way to western Massachusetts.

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Republican senate candidate Roy Moore and his wife Kayla Moore ride horses to a polling station to cast their votes in Alabama's special Senate election in Gallant, Alabama.

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Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate Doug Jones and his wife Louise wave to supporters before speaking in Birmingham, Alabama. Jones has defeated Republican Roy Moore, a one-time GOP pariah who was embraced by the Republican Party and the president even after facing allegations of sexual impropriety.

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Protesters dressed in costumes from Margaret Atwood's dystopian novel "The Handmaid's Tale," stand outside of the U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore's campaign rally, in Fairhope Alabama. They say it demonstrates the silencing of the women who have accused Moore of sexual misconduct.

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U.S. Navy helicopters land at Maxwell Air Force Base in Montgomery, Alabama. The helicopters came from Florida and were flown in to be protected from Hurricane Irma.

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Fireworks explode during Fourth of July celebrations at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama.

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Panoramic view of interior of NASA barge Pegasus at Redstone Arsenal dock in Huntsville, Alabama.

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Carlos Munoz, of Colombia, leads a pack of cars into a turn during the Indy Grand Prix of Alabama auto race, in Birmingham, Alabama.

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President-elect Donald Trump is greeted by the Azalea Trail Maids after arriving at the airport for a rally at Ladd-Peebles Stadium, in Mobile, Alabama.

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Fallen trees line the streets after a suspected tornado ripped through the town of Rosalie, Alabama. Storms that spawned deadly winds have dumped more than 2 inches of rain across much of north Alabama, causing floods after months of drought.

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Firefighters battle a fire at Leshner Mill, an abandoned textile mill, in Opelika, Alabama.

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A flame continues to burn after a explosion of a Colonial Pipeline, in Helena, Alabama.

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