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Joseph Corbett (center), who was convicted of killing millionaire Adolph Coors III, is led to the Jefferson County courthouse in Golden, Colo., in 1961. John F. Urwiller/AP hide caption

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Fame Through Assassination: A Secret Service Study

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Haitians watch the L.A. County Search and Rescue working at a collapsed building in downtown Port-au-Prince, Jan. 16, 2010. Weak walls allow for a "pancake collapse" like this one, one engineer says. David Gilkey/NPR hide caption

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Haiti A Year Later

In Haiti's Rebuilding, Calls For Stronger Structures

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Bill Reilly (left) and former Sen. Bob Graham, co-chairmen of the National Commission on the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill and Offshore Drilling, announce the findings of the commission's final report Tuesday. The commission concluded that only "urgent reform" could prevent another environmental disaster like the blown-out Macondo well in the Gulf of Mexico. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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Energy

In Oil Drilling Reform, A Call For Science And Safety

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Minnesota Gov. Pawlenty (second from left) and other governors participate in a U.S. Chamber of Commerce summit on job creation. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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Pawlenty Touts Minnesota's Lessons On Health Care

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Southern Sudanese rally on the streets of the southern capital, Juba, on Dec. 9, marking the one-month countdown until a landmark independence referendum is due. The vote could see Sudan's autonomous and mostly Christian south break away from the predominantly Arab and Muslim north. Peter Martell/Getty Images hide caption

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Africa

Independence Vote First Step For Southern Sudan

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House Speaker John Boehner of Ohio participates in a ceremonial swearing in with Rep. David Schweikert (R-AZ) on Capitol Hill in Washington on Wednesday. Charles Dharapak/AP hide caption

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First Day A Frenzy For GOP Freshman

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Chinese customers shop in the produce section of a supermarket in Beijing in December. Domestic food prices soared in 2010, driving inflation to a two-year high of 5.1 percent. Gou Yige/Getty Images hide caption

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China Battles Rising Prices, Consumer Discontent

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Iraq's leadership is signaling that it wants the U.S. military out of the country by the end of 2011. Here, members of the U.S. 1st Brigade, 3rd Infantry Division, walk toward a C-17 aircraft in Baghdad before returning home to Fort Stewart, Ga., in November. Maya Alleruzzo/AP hide caption

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In Surprise, Iraq May Enforce Withdrawal Deadline

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Russian rock singer Yuri Shevchuk performs at a protest rally in central Moscow on Aug. 22, 2010. Natalia Kolesnikova /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Yuri Shevchuk: Russia's Musical Advocate For Democracy

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