The daughter of one of the released prisoners in Iran holds a photo of her father.

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Which action by the Biden Administration led to the release of five American detainees from Iran, but drew criticisms that it could lead to more hostage situations?

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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau accused this country of assassinating a Sikh community leader in British Columbia, straining relations after Trudeau’s visit during the G20 summit.

Trudeau's accusation against India was based on Canadian intelligence suggesting "agents of the Indian government" were responsible for the killing in June. The victim, Hardeep Singh Nijjar, was an advocate for an independent Sikh nation. Canada suspended trade deal negotiations with India and expelled a top Indian diplomat.

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Hunter Biden filed a lawsuit against the IRS regarding whistleblowers from one of his Justice Department cases. What’s the basis of the lawsuit?

Hunter Biden is suing the IRS because he believes two of its agents, Gary Shapley and Joseph Ziegler, improperly shared his protected tax return information. The lawsuit does not challenge the IRS's right to investigate his taxes or any penalties for non-compliance with tax laws. Biden's suit seeks $1,000 for each unauthorized disclosure.

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The Marine Corps has found debris from this piece of military equipment, which is built to elude radar detection, after it strangely went missing during a training exercise in South Carolina.

The F-35 Lightning II, a stealth fighter jet, was reported missing after its pilot safely ejected over North Charleston, South Carolina. The pilot was found in a stable condition. The Marine Corps temporarily suspended aviation operations following the incident, marking the third costly accident in recent weeks.

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Illinois became the first state to enact this criminal justice reform, which will reduce the number of people who are jailed before their trial.

Illinois’ groundbreaking move means that individuals charged with low-level offenses are likely to be released with a citation and a court date, without having to be processed at a police station. Proponents have said defendants shouldn't be forced to stay in jail simply because they can't afford to pay bail. There are exceptions—such as if a person is deemed to pose a risk to the community or themselves.