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Director of National Intelligence Dennis Blair, seen here in February, offered his resignation Thursday. During the 16 months on the job, Blair struggled to establish his authority over the CIA and other U.S. intelligence agencies. Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP hide caption

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Blair's Exit Raises Questions About Intelligence Job

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A Mexican soldier stands guard as a haul of marijuana and cocaine are incinerated in the background in November 2009. Fighting among the drug cartels — and between government forces and the cartels — has cost nearly 24,000 Mexican lives since late 2006. Jesus Alcazar/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Mexico Seems To Favor Sinaloa Cartel In Drug War

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The Seattle Storm's Sue Bird (left) tries to drive past the Los Angeles Sparks' Ticha Penicheiro on Sunday. Bird, a co-captain, says the team has a solid fan base, even if they're not picking up fans of the old SuperSonics NBA team, which moved to Oklahoma City under new ownership. Elaine Thompson/AP hide caption

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In Seattle, The WNBA Reigns

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