Accident During Yacht Race Leaves Three Dead

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Smoke rises as fires burn out of control near Vermont Street in Los Angeles on April 30, 1992. Riots erupted after L.A. police officers were acquitted in the beating of black motorist Rodney King. Paul Sakuma/AP hide caption

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Teaching The L.A. Riots At Two City Schools

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Los Angeles police form a line to keep a crowd from entering a building on April 30, 1992. Twenty years after the L.A. riots, most civil rights and community groups give the LAPD high marks for progress. Nick Ut/AP hide caption

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After Riots, Scandal Sparked Reform In LAPD

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Bill Maher, shown here at a 2011 event in Los Angeles, gave $1 million to the superPAC supporting President Obama's re-election bid. Chris Pizzello/AP hide caption

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Bill Maher's Obama SuperPAC Donation Causing Stir

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Chef Mario Batali prepares dishes for the crowd at the world premiere of Volkswagen's new Jetta compact sedan in New York City in 2010. Jemal Countess/Getty Images hide caption

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Celebrity Chef Mario Batali Settles Lawsuit With His Waitstaff

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The Big Squeeze: Calif. Weight Loss Clinics Under Investigation

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Accounting Scam Embroils California Nonprofits

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A Mitt Romney supporter holds up a sign showing her love for Romney and Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow at a rally for the GOP presidential candidate at Arapahoe High School this week in Centennial, Colo. Marc Piscotty/Getty Images hide caption

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After Glum Night, Romney May Find Signs Of Hope In Colorado Swing County

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An attendee holds American flags during a rally Saturday in Colorado Springs, Colo. The rally was for Republican Mitt Romney, but a new study says the number of newly declared independents is outpacing new registration for either Republicans or Democrats in the state. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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In Battleground Colorado, Independents On The Rise

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Support, Protest And Hiccups During The Nev. Caucus

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Men arrive at a campaign rally for Mitt Romney in Elko, Nev., on Friday. Emmanuel Dunand/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Voting Heads West: A Nevada Republican Presidential Caucus Primer

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Candidates Lock Their Sights On GOP Convention

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The site of the demolished Frontier casino sits vacant on the Las Vegas Strip in December. Construction of a new hotel and casino, the Las Vegas Plaza, has been delayed until economic conditions improve. Isaac Brekken/AP hide caption

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Sour Economy Has Nevada Looking For New Jackpot

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Will Nevada Remain A Blue State In November?

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Last year, the Annex de Martissant area of Port-au-Prince was a camp for displaced people. The area was filled with tents. Today, locals are building sturdier shelters with funding from the American Red Cross. Marisa Penaloza/NPR hide caption

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The Challenge Of Measuring Relief Aid To Haiti

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