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Firearm instructor Clark Aposhian conducts a concealed-weapons class for teachers, sponsored by the Utah Shooting Sports Council, in West Valley City, Utah. Across the country, school districts and other entities are hoping to better prepare staff to respond in a shooting situation. George Frey/Getty Images hide caption

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Districts Train Teachers For School Shootings

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Former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi (left) has returned to Italy's political scene in advance of next month's election. Also in the race is the current Prime Minister Mario Monti (right). They are shown here in November 2011 as Monti took over for Berlusconi. Alberto Pizzoli/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Berlusconi Plots His Comeback: 'You Italians Need Me'

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Focus on Sight Thievery Corporation
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Sing About Me, I'm Dying of Thirst Kendrick Lamar

Lance Armstrong, seen here at a LIVESTRONG Challenge Ride in October 2012, might be willing to confess to doping — in exchange for an easing of his lifetime ban, according to reports. Cooper Neill/Getty Images hide caption

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What Lance Armstrong, And The USADA, Might Gain From A Confession

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Afghan President Hamid Karzai will meet with President Obama and other senior U.S. officials in Washington this week. Many analysts remain skeptical about the prospects for a negotiated peace in Afghanistan. He's shown here speaking in Kabul last month. Massoud Hossani/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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As Karzai Visits U.S., What Are The Prospects For Afghan Peace?

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Lullaby for Lagos Whitefield Brothers & Quantic
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Sixteen-year-old Rookie Reporter Temitayo Fagbenle says at her school girls are often the victims of "slut shaming," having explicit photos and videos of themselves posted online and shared with their peers. Joerg Koch/AP hide caption

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Online 'Shaming' A New Level Of Cyberbullying For Girls

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Nonet I Soren Moller
Close To the Sky Six Organs of Admittance

John Brennan speaks in the East Room of the White House on Monday, after President Obama announced his nomination of Brennan to run the CIA. Obama also announced his choice of former Sen. Chuck Hagel (left) to head the Department of Defense. Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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CIA Nominee Brennan Has Obama's 'Complete Trust'

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Ren Jianyu poses for a photograph at a restaurant in Chongqing, China, on Nov. 19, 2012, after being freed from a labor camp. The village official was sentenced to a "re-education through labor" camp after he criticized the government. STR/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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China Pledges Reforms To Labor Camps, But Offers Few Details

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Go-go Godzilla Brian Setzer
Master the Art Greyboy

Protesters appeal to members of the Virginia Board of Health after their decision to impose new building regulations on abortion clinics in Richmond, Va., on Sept. 14. Steve Helber/AP hide caption

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New Regulations Could Treat Virginia Abortion Clinics Like Hospitals

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A electronic HAPIfork, which can monitor users' eating habits, is on display at a press event at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. David Becker/Getty Images hide caption

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Are You Eating Too Fast? Ask Your Fork

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