Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair holds a news conference at Admiralty House in London after retired civil servant John Chilcot presented The Iraq Inquiry Report on Wednesday. Stefan Rousseau/AP hide caption

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ABC's Bob Woodruff: The Unexpected Life

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Former President George H.W. Bush pumps his fist next to his son, Jeb, during a fundraiser in Tampa, Fla., in 1994. Jeb Bush was running for governor. He lost that year, but won four years later. Chris O'Meara/AP hide caption

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Iraq Vet Offers A Heartfelt Lesson For His Student: 'Real Men Cry'

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Orthotic Brace Takes Soldiers From Limping To Leaping

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Members of the US Army's Old Guard carry team lift the remains of U.S. Army Specialist Israel Candelaria Mejias from San Lorenzo, Puerto Rico, as his body is returned on a C-17 to the U.S. from Iraq on April 7, 2009. Paul J. Richards /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Condoleezza Rice on the run-up to the Iraq War

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