Senior guard Darius Miller of Kentucky shoots during the Wildcats' win over Baylor in the South Regional final. Kentucky, the NCAA Tournament's No. 1 seed, faces rival Louisville in the Final Four Saturday. Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images hide caption

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In Saturday's Final Four, Expect A Kentucky Showdown And Lots Of Emotion
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Archer Khatuna Lorig, seen here during the London Archery Classic last October, helped actress Jennifer Lawrence prepare for her role as Katniss Everdeen in The Hunger Games. Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images hide caption

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After 'Hunger Games,' U.S. Archer Shoots For Olympic Games
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The sun-orbiting SOHO spacecraft captured this image of filaments erupting off the sun's surface and magnetic plasma blasting into space. The field of view of this image, seen in ultraviolet light, extends some 1.243 million miles from the solar surface. NASA/JPL hide caption

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This image of a huge and powerful solar flare was captured by NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory Tuesday. NASA hide caption

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Brazilian Sports Minister Aldo Rebelo says his country no longer recognizes FIFA secretary general Jerome Valcke as a spokesman after Valcke slammed Brazil's World Cup preparations. AFP/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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U.S. Olympic Equestrian rider Phillip Dutton jumps with Zeizos in West Grove, Pa., in this 2010 photo. Dozens of horses will fly from America to England for the 2012 Summer Olympics. Don Emmert/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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How Do You Ship A Horse To The London Olympics? Carefully, And Via FedEx
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YouTube's history and search history are separate tabs that users may want to use to clear their past usage, as seen in this screen grab. NPR hide caption

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An image captured on Feb. 20, 1962, by NASA shows astronaut John Glenn during his space flight in the Friendship 7 Mercury spacecraft, weightless and traveling at 17,500 mph. The image was made by an automatic sequence motion picture camera. NASA/AP hide caption

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Catcher Buster Posey, seen here during a spring training workout Sunday, has been told by the San Francisco Giants that he should avoid blocking home plate. Posey broke his leg on a scoring play at the plate last season. Darron Cummings/AP hide caption

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Stephen Colbert, seen here in a file photo from November 2011, postponed production of his Colbert Report due to concerns about his mother's health, according to reports. The show will resume taping Monday, according to Comedy Central. Fernando Leon/Getty Images hide caption

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The Japanese whaling vessel Yushin Maru No. 2 shoots its water cannons at a Sea Shepherd craft during an altercation on Feb. 12, 2012. The photo was released by the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society. Billy Danger/AP hide caption

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Gary Carter slides over home plate during a New York Mets game in the 1989 season. The Hall of Fame player died Thursday, of brain cancer. Rick Stewart/Getty Images hide caption

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