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U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder holds a news conference Wednesday in Kabul. Holder was in the Afghan capital to talk to officials about improving the justice system and fighting corruption. Ahmad Massoud/AP hide caption

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Afghanistan

Holder Visits Afghanistan Amid Corruption-Fight Flap

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The looming storm could postpone BP's plans to double the amount of oil they capture from the spill. Here, a boat uses a boom and absorbent material to soak up oil on the surface of the water near Grand Isle, La., on Monday. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Stormy Weather Could Delay Oil Spill Cleanup Efforts

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Afghan police and U.S. Army soldiers jointly patrol the outskirts of Kandahar city as a boy pushes another boy in a wheelbarrow. The U.S. effort in Kandahar province faces a key challenge: Security is needed to enable local government to flourish, but without a local government in place, security is difficult to establish. David Gilkey/NPR hide caption

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America's Gamble In Kandahar

In Kandahar, It Will Take A Village To Oust Taliban

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Missouri Secretary of State Robin Carnahan, shown talking with a reporter in Jefferson City, Mo., in February, is the leading Democrat in the race to replace retiring Sen. Kit Bond. Kelley McCall/AP hide caption

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Election 2010

Carnahan Plays Up Her Missouri Roots In Senate Race

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