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Paper lanterns to commemorate the victims of the bombing of Hiroshima float in the Motoyasu River in front of the Atomic Bomb Dome, in Hiroshima, Japan, on Saturday. Toru Yamanaka/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Nuclear Power Chided On Hiroshima Anniversary

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House Speaker John Boehner has represented Ohio's 8th Congressional District since 1990. His constituents have been paying close attention to his role in the debt-ceiling negotiations. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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Boehner's District Assesses His Role In Debt Talks91.7 WVXU

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The San Andres Mountains and pieces of construction equipment are reflected in the glass windows of Spaceport America near Upham, N.M., in May. Despite construction delays and difficult working conditions in a remote area of the desert, state officials say New Mexico is committed to seeing the project succeed. Susan Montoya Bryan/AP hide caption

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The End Of The Space Shuttle Era

No Stranger To Spaceships, N.M. Builds A Spaceport

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Workers leave a construction site May 20, 2010 in Phoenix. Arizona has chosen not to accept federally subsidized extended benefits and thousands of residents could lose their unemployment benefits. Matt York/AP hide caption

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Arizona Pits Jobless Benefits Against State SpendingKJZZ

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