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Police officers stand near an unidentified weapon in Terminal 3 of the Los Angeles International Airport on Friday. Officials said a gunman who opened fire in the terminal was wounded in a shootout with police and taken into custody. AP hide caption

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After Years Of Violence, L.A.'s Watts Sees Crime Subside

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Christopher Jordan Dorner. He's the suspect in two murders and the shooting of three police officers, one of whom has died. A manhunt is under way in and around Los Angeles. Irving Calif. Police Department hide caption

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