New Pictures Of 'Kill Team' Are Published

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A coke drum waits along Montana's U.S. Highway 12 during a dry-run shipment in early March. The load can travel only late at night and is destined for a new oil refinery in Billings, Mont. Martin Kaste/NPR hide caption

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As Canadian Oil Moves South, Americans Push Back

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Nuclear Reactor Redesigns Aim To Allay Safety Fears

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Web Wiretaps Raise Security, Privacy Concerns

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E-Mails Hacked By 'Anonymous' Raise Concerns

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FBI Tracks Internet Activists Known As 'Anonymous'

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Aprovecho executive director Dean Still lights a "rocket stove." Once the fire is going, it takes only two or three sticks at a time to keep a pot of water boiling. Martin Kaste/NPR hide caption

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Engineers Hone Clean-Energy Stoves For The World

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The home in Tucson, Ariz., where Jared Loughner, charged in a shooting that killed six and wounded more than a dozen, lived with his parents. AFP/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Suspect A Puzzle, Even Before Arizona Shooting

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The Singularity: Humanity's Last Invention?

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Investigators In Tucson Build Case Against Loughner

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Accused Shooter Appears In Court

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Emily Fernandez, holding her daughter Bethany, uses her Nook e-reader to browse some books at a Barnes & Noble in Hackensack, N.J. Privacy advocates are concerned about the data that manufacturers may be able to collect from e-readers. Mark Lennihan/AP hide caption

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Is Your E-Book Reading Up On You?

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A Primer On The Government's 'Private Internet'

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'Opt-Out Day' Could Clog Airport Security Lines

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A personal iPhone can be set up to receive company e-mail via a Microsoft Exchange Server. But once it is set up, the phone can receive a variety of commands from the server including a remote wipe, which can destroy all the data and disable the phone. Jeff Chiu/AP hide caption

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Wipeout: When Your Company Kills Your iPhone

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