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This 15-year-old is being widely praised for an act of kindness on a cross country flight. When a flight attendant asked for help communicating with a blind and deaf passenger, Clara Daly, who has been studying American Sign Language, volunteered her skills and was able to converse with the man. (: Lynette Scribner/Facebook)
Surrounded by 48,000 marchers at the New York City Pride parade on Sunday, EMT Trudy Bermudez proposed to her girlfriend, paramedic Tayreen Bonilla, who accepted with a resounding “yes.” The two met through their jobs at the New York City Fire Department. (: Kena Betancur/Getty Images)
Colors of the rainbow beamed from New York’s Empire State Building in honor of #PrideWeek over the weekend (: @al3x.nyc)
Britain’s Prince William is on a five-day Middle East tour. His first stop? Jordan, where he and Crown Prince Hussein visited the Jerash archaeological site. Tonight, he leaves for Israel, making him the first British royal to pay an official visit to Israel and the Palestinian territories. The Duchess of Cambridge isn’t joining him on this tour, but she has been to Jerash before – she visited as a 4-year-old when the Middleton family lived in Jordan, according to Kensington Palace. ( Ahmad Abdo/AFP/Getty Images)
Revelers celebrate the annual Pride Parade in New York City. (: Kena Batancur/Getty Images)
A rare circumhorizontal arc, known as a “fire rainbow,” appeared over Rye, New Hampshire, on Wednesday. (: Maria Allegrini)
On Capitol Hill, children donned emergency thermal blankets similar to ones handed out at border detention centers and used cages as part of a protest against the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" policy on immigration.
Women are now able to drive in Saudi Arabia. The kingdom lifted its ban, in place since 1957, at midnight local time today. In 1990, 47 Saudi women were arrested after driving in protest in the capital, Riyadh. Three other activists at the forefront of the movement — Loujain al-Hathloul, Eman al-Nafjan, and Aziza al-Yousef — were arrested last month and are still being detained. (: Sean Gallup / Getty Images)
A billboard was vandalized in California with a message criticizing the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency’s participation in family separations under President Trump’s “zero-tolerance” policy. More than 2,300 kids have been separated from their families in the past two months, according to Department of Homeland Security data. (: Justin Sullivan/ Getty Images)
Look familiar? A Portland-based clothing company spoofed first lady Melania Trump's controversial “I Really Don't Care" jacket that she wore on the way to tour an immigrant children's shelter on Thursday. The company is one of several that flipped the phrase to raise funds for refugee services. (: Wildfang and Getty Images)
Parents and children from Urban Academy, a charter school in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, held hands in silence during a protest for Antwon Rose on Friday. The death of the unarmed teen, killed by an East Pittsburgh police officer, has been ruled a homicide. (: Tye Clarke)
Every single person in charge of law and order in this Georgia town is a black woman. "This was not something that was pre-planned or prescribed," said Chief Judge Tiffany Carter Sellers. "It came together very organically." South Fulton is Georgia's fifth-largest city and the population is almost 90% black. (: Reginald Duncan/Cranium Creation)