Police officers enter the crowd to make arrests as a large group of protesters march across the Brooklyn Bridge roadway, Saturday in New York. Daryl Lang/AP hide caption

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Detroit Lions Jason Hanson (left) and Don Muhlbach walk off the field after Hanson kicked a 32-yard field goal in overtime to beat the Minnesota Vikings last Sunday in Minneapolis. The Lions won 26-23. Genevieve Ross/AP hide caption

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Like The Lions, Detroit Finally Has A Winning Season
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Veterans Celebrate 150 Years Of The Medal Of Honor
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Week In News: Chris Christie For President? Still No
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U.S. Postal Service mailboxes are seen awaiting disposal in San Jose, Calif. Because of steeply declining use, the U.S. Postal Service has removed more than 60 percent of the blue boxes. Ben Margot/AP hide caption

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The Fight To Save The U.S. Postal Service
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Playoffs Start With Thrills, Chills And Rainouts
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Sailor Charts Solo Trip Into The Record Books
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Super PACs Promise A Super-Packed 2012
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It's A Slow Season For Campaign Fundraising
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Pumpkins At A Premium, Thanks To Hurricane Irene
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Al-Awlaki's Death Raises Questions About U.S. Tactics
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In times of drought, the Twin Oaks Aquifer Storage and Recovery Facility pumps water up from underground and sends it back to San Antonio for use. The facility uses water from the Edwards Aquifer and the Carrizo Aquifer. Paul Robinson/San Antonio Water System hide caption

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Recycled Water Quenches San Antonio's Thirst
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Before getting bariatric surgery, Los Angeles DJ Big Boy posed for a photo promoting his radio station, Power 106. He weighed more than 500 pounds. Courtesy of Power 106 FM hide caption

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Surgery Not 'A Magic Pill' For Obese Patients
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Voters in Coral Gables, Fla., prepare to vote in the state's presidential primary, Jan. 29, 2008. Wilfredo Lee/AP hide caption

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Florida Faces Protests Over Early Primary Date
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Debate Erupts Over Legality Of Awlaki's Killing
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