Media wait at a checkpoint about 4 miles from the Malheur Wildlife Refuge Headquarters near Burns, Ore., as the sun rises on Thursday. The FBI had surrounded the last four protesters holed up at a federal wildlife refuge in Oregon and were waiting for them to surrender. Rob Kerr/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Police operate a checkpoint as part of a containment strategy around the Malheur Wildlife Refuge near Burns, Ore., on Wednesday. Although leaders of the group that occupied the federal site were arrested, armed militants remain at the refuge. Rob Kerr/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Eight people who were involved in the occupation of the headquarters of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Oregon were arrested on Tuesday. (Top, from left) Ammon Bundy, Ryan Bundy, Brian Cavalier and Shawna Cox. (Bottom, from left) Joseph Donald O'Shaughnessy, Ryan Payne, Jon Eric Ritzheimer and Peter Santilli. Multnomah County Sheriff's Office/Maricopa County Sheriff's Office via AP hide caption

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Ammon Bundy And 7 Other Militants Arrested; 1 Killed Near Oregon Refuge
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The armed individuals occupying part of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Oregon include Ryan Bundy. On Thursday, he had a gun and a tape measure on his side. Bundy is the son of Cliven Bundy, whose 2014 armed standoff with the federal Bureau of Land Management in in Nevada drew national attention. Anadolu Agency/Getty Images hide caption

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A U.S. flag hangs over a sign in front of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge headquarters on Tuesday near Burns, Ore. An armed group has occupied the refuge since the weekend. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Why There's No Sign Of Law Enforcement At Site Of Oregon Takeover
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People gather as Ammon Bundy speaks with reporters during a news conference at Malheur National Wildlife Refuge headquarters on Monday near Burns, Ore. Bundy's occupation of the federal land started on Saturday. Rick Bowmer/AP hide caption

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Oregon Occupation Sheds Light On Local Frustrations, But Divides Residents
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Demonstrators march through the streets of Winston-Salem, N.C., in July 2015, after the beginning of a federal voting rights trial challenging a 2013 state law. The most controversial part of that law — requiring voters to show photo identification at the polls — goes into effect this week, although its language was softened slightly last summer. Chuck Burton/AP hide caption

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New Year, New Laws: States Diverge On Gun Rights, Voting Restrictions
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This digitally colorized image shows the yellow-colored Yersinia pestis bacteria, the pathogen that causes bubonic plague, on part of a flea's digestive system. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases via CDC hide caption

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Oregon Gov. Kate Brown greets a therapy dog Monday, during a tour of Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Ore. Monday was the first day back to campus for students since the mass shooting on Oct. 1. Mike Henneke/AP hide caption

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Two men inspect the goods at at Farma, a marijuana dispensary in Portland, Oregon. The state's first week of retail sales brought in an estimated $11 million, a trade group says. Josh Edelson/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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This undated photo from a MySpace page that appeared to belong to Chris Harper Mercer shows him holding a rifle. Authorities identified Mercer as the gunman who went on a deadly shooting rampage at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Ore., on Thursday. AP hide caption

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Hundreds of people gathered for a vigil in Roseburg, Ore., Thursday night, after 10 people died and seven others were wounded in a shooting at the local community college. Josh Edelson/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Oregon Community Seeks Answers
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A patient is wheeled into the emergency room at Mercy Medical Center in Roseburg, Ore., following a deadly shooting at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg on Thursday. Aaron Yost/Roseburg News-Review via AP hide caption

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Customers browse samples at Shango Cannabis shop, after the first day of legal recreational marijuana sales began at midnight in Portland, Ore., Thursday. Steve DiPaoloa/Reuters /Landov hide caption

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Mardi Palan, a hair stylist in Portland, Ore., is hoping to become a surrogate for a couple from Israel. Kristian Foden-Vencil/OPB hide caption

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An Explicit Contract Makes Surrogacy Viable For An Oregon Woman
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