Oklahoma City: A Decade of Adjustment, Rebuilding

Rick and Farrah Luce embrace in front of their grandmother's memorial chair at the Oklahoma City Nat

hide captionRick and Farrah Luce embrace in front of their grandmother's memorial chair at the Oklahoma City National Memorial in Oklahoma City, April 18.

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Ten years ago Tuesday, Timothy McVeigh set off a fertilizer bomb in front of the Alfred P. Murrah federal building in Oklahoma City — killing 168 and injuring hundreds. This year's anniversary marks a decade of adjustment and rebuilding for the city's residents.

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