Dover Air Force Base's first Boeing C-17 cargo plane, made in Long Beach, Calif., arrived at the base in 2007. Today, the production of the C-17 is in peril, but Boeing is fighting to keep it alive. U.S. Air Force/AP hide caption

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A suspected pirate from Somalia looks around as he is escorted into federal court by U.S. marshals in Norfolk, Va., on Friday. A group of 11 suspected pirates were due to be arraigned and tried in the Norfolk federal court. Steve Helber/AP hide caption

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Iraq's Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki displays photographs of a man identified by the Iraqi government as al-Qaida in Iraq leader Abu Omar al-Baghdadi. Maliki announced the deaths of Baghdadi and another al-Qaida leader, Abu Ayyub al-Masri, on Monday. Iraqi Prime Minister office/Getty Images hide caption

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Susumu Ito, now 90, was part of an all-Japanese unit in World War II that was segregated from other American soldiers. Coburn Dukehart/NPR hide caption

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