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A rhino recovers, lightning strikes, Blue Angels fly and more of the best pictures of the week.







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Heavy thunderstorms dropped several inches of rain in North Texas overnight, triggering a Flash Flood Emergency and leading to dozens of high-water rescues Friday morning.







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Hastert was on C-SPAN in November and got a call from someone claiming to be from Yorkville, Illinois — the town tied to his alleged misconduct.







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The U.S. has formally dropped Cuba from the list of state sponsors of terrorism.







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Hastert rose from a high school and teacher in Illinois to become the longest-serving Republican Speaker of the House.







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City leaders and residents prepare for an anti-Islam rally scheduled for Friday in Phoenix, Arizona. KPNX's Keith Kennedy reports.







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The "Freedom of Speech Rally" organizer insists that the protest outside of the Islamic Community Center is meant to be peaceful, not to incite.







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18 men on houseboat were set adrift on Lake Travis after storms severed mooring. Rescue crews from 5 departments ferried them to safety by boat.







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Scores of people were rescued from flash flooding in Texas early Friday, as emergency responders struggled to cope with the wettest May on record.







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Cleanup along a stretch of Southern California coast is expected to take at least five days after a mysterious tar-like goo forced their closure.







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The Perez family, who filmed dramatic footage of their holiday home being inundated by the Texas floods, have recounted the "terrifying" ordeal.







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The Perez family, who filmed dramatic footage of their holiday home being inundated by the Texas floods, have recounted the "terrifying" ordeal.







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Rescue crews have already pulled more than 100 people from rushing floodwaters in Texas, some of them swept downstream more than 10 miles.







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The parents of a 27-year-old reporter who was gunned down in Washington, D.C., say she was a bystander used as a human shield.







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160-year-old, 52-foot high, Gay Head lighthouse on Martha's Vineyard, Mass., is moved 5 feet at a time to new site, 135 feet from current location.







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A record crop of apples, coupled with the West Coast port slowdown earlier this year, is taking a toll on Washington apple growers.







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A Florida store owner took matters into his own hands, tackling a would-be thief outside of his store. And it wasn't your everyday shoplifter.







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A woman charged with setting fire to a house featured in "Mrs. Doubtfire" has pleaded guilty to arson.







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Thomas Bacon, 19, allegedly assaulted another person at a home in Madison, N.J., for eating the sausage on May 12, according to a report.







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A conversation with his daughter about bullying inspired Louie Amundson to apologize to ChadMichael Morrisette for bullying him in high school.







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