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A worker leaves the beach as storm clouds approach Sunday in Grand Isle, La. With BP declaring failure in its latest attempt to plug the uncontrolled gusher feeding the worst oil spill in U.S. history, the company is turning to yet another mix of risky undersea robot maneuvers and long-shot odds to keep crude from flowing into the Gulf. Jae C. Hong/AP hide caption

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BP's Latest Plan Could Boost Oil Flow Temporarily

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AOL's CDs were once ubiquitous, but DSL and cable modems made the company's dial-up service a dinosaur. Now, AOL is struggling for relevance and revenue, as it plots its resurrection story. Courtesy of AOL hide caption

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AOL's Journey: From Dial-Up To A New Brand

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In early April, professor Iftikhar Baloch was assaulted and nearly killed in his office by members of Islami Jamiat Taliba, who were upset at the expulsion of some of their members from the university. John Poole/NPR hide caption

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Along The Grand Trunk Road

Pakistani College Becomes Focus Of A Social Struggle

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