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When the T. rex skeleton was first put on display, it was presented standing vertically, in this Godzilla-like pose, as seen at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History around 1950. Recent studies show the dinosaur actually kept its body horizontal. Watch the videos here to see how T. rex walked. Carnegie Museum of Natural History hide caption

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Bone To Pick: First T. Rex Skeleton, Complete At Last

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Welcome to Jurassic Park John Williams
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The Kid Marc Ribot
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Caricatures of the ousted Gadhafi have sprung up all over Tripoli. This image of Gadhafi in chains is on a wall in the capital's Fashlum neighborhood. Jason Beaubien/NPR hide caption

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Freedoms Flourish On Walls Across Tripoli

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Palestinians hold signs depicting Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as a pirate during a demonstration supporting the Palestinians' bid for statehood, in the West Bank city of Ramallah on Monday. Majdi Mohammed/AP hide caption

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Bob Turner, center, joined by his wife Peggy, right, and family smiles as he delivers his victory speech during an election night party in New York. Turner says his shocking win in a heavily Democratic New York City district is a "loud and clear" message to Washington. Mary Altaffer/AP hide caption

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Republican Wins N.Y. Democrat Weiner's House Seat

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Richard Meehan, 16, with his car at his home in Shelton, Conn in 2008. Researchers say tougher licensing laws have led to fewer fatal car crashes involving 16-year-old drivers. Bob Child/ASSOCIATED PRESS hide caption

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The NCAA lost control of college football contracts in the 1980s, forcing it to rely on fees paid to broadcast its annual basketball tournament. Here, CBS broadcasters Jim Nantz, left, and Clark Kellogg interview North Carolina coach Roy Williams and player Ty Lawson after a 2009 game. Joe Murphy/Getty Images hide caption

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Country Music Pioneer Wade Mainer Dies At 104

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