Shanika Mixon, of Flint, holds her newborn baby, Keturah Simone Mixon moments after giving birth at her midwife's house in Shelby Charter Township. Shanika ingested Flint water before it's lead toxins were revealed amid the Flint water crisis and worries for Keturah's health.
From left, Rev. Earlyn Manlay, of Crystal, Pastor P. Gabriel Sieh Sr., of Liberia, and Marie Vah, of Brooklyn Park, pray during the "prayer for ebola eradication from West Africa" at the Liberian 168th Independence Day celebration and "Ebola Thanksgiving & Intercessory Prayer Service" in Brooklyn Center, Minn.
A Grand Blanc High School student rides the escalator during her prom. About 620 students attended the 2016 prom for Grand Blanc High School with a "bright lights big city" theme at Ford Field in Detroit.
Ahmed Lazar, approximately 70, stands outside of his home in Birta, Morocco. Lazar spends each day working in his family’s onion fields and walking through his village in the Fez Boulamne Region. Lazar has 2 sons that he lives with who also help farm their land.
Background from left, Cortereal Mack-Morris, 16, Jaylan Griggs, 13, Tyanah Griggs, 12, and Ira Russell, 14, watch as Jay Key, 8, center, catches a basketball while they play basketball in the street on York Avenue in Flint.
Lily Driver buzzes Plebe JP Faucher's, of Georgia, remaining hair in Alumni Hall for Induction Day. More than 1,200 men and women reported to the United States Naval Academy as the Class of 2018 started their summer of indoctrination.
From left, Kathryn Hallstein, 6, of Hanover, Minn., watches "Minions" with her great aunt Tricia Olson, of Arizona, in the new reclining chairs at St. Michael Cinema in St. Michael, Minn.
Shayla Condren, 8, stands on what is left of her tornado-destroyed house while sweeping and standing near a small fire pit in Garland, Texas.
On left, Beecher High School junior Malik Ellison puts his hand to his face while listening to his coaches in the locker room after the Beecher Bucs vs. Goodrich Martians boys basketball game at Beecher High School in Mt. Morris Township.
Ulunda Green, of Flint, walks with a cart full of food and water to her home after the first Food Bank food distribution at Prince of Peace Missionary Baptist Church in Flint. The food is intended to mitigate lead exposure during the ongoing Flint water crisis.
Frances Jockwig, of Gladwin, cries as she visits her deceased husband's gravestone the morning before a Memorial Day Ceremony honoring deceased veterans at Great Lakes National Cemetery in Holly.
People run through dust from the implosion of the old St. Paul University Hospital at Harry Hines Boulevard and Inwood Road in Dallas.
Conroe Taxidermy employee Brandon Casteel, of Conroe, Texas, holds a lion's head in an elevator while moving three taxidermic lions at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas.
A person walks past cutout faces of Grosse Ile High School's girls soccer team during the Division 3 girls soccer Semifinals at Parker Middle School in Howell.
Groups of people stop to take selfies during an exhibit at Northern Spark, an all-night art party in Minneapolis, Minn. during the early-morning hours.
From left, Yana Hudson, 17, looks up at her sister Janaye Richardson, 8, while she takes a bath before doing homework at their home in Flint. Hudson is the leader of the Beecher High School girls basketball team and raises her one-year-old fraternal twin babies, Ayden and Addysen.
Hassan El-Amin dressed as Mr. Ebenezer Scrooge poses in Dallas.
A man and his son in Newfield, NY.
From left, Abdelaziz, 10 & Sifeddine, 6, wrestle each other on a cushion in their shack. Their single mother, Aziza Mohammed Kanzi, describes her children “like a gang, or a futbol team." Kanzi's 5 illegitimate children live with her in a small shack in the slums of Sahb Al Caid in Salé, Morocco.