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Motley Crew: Dan Moseley, Harper Hellems, Patrick Baran and Daniel Sebring are parking attendants at a lot in Charlottesville, Va. — a place where complex stories and dreams lie beneath the surface. Jon-Philip Sheridan hide caption

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'Parking Lot': Guys, Cars And The Meaning Of Life

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Papa Was a Rascal James Booker
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Construction cranes stand last month on the site of the World Trade Center in New York. Timothy A. Clary/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Politics, Not Buildings, Fill World Trade Center Void

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Isley on the Dome Played Tomorrow
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Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) is leading the charge against health care overhaul. Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP hide caption

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McConnell's Strategy For Health Care: No

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Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr challenged each other in one of America's most well-known duels in 1804. Hamilton was killed in the duel, and Burr was charged with murder. Wikimedia Commons hide caption

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Kentucky Duels Over Oath Of Office

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Omotepe Joe Strummer
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Just What I Was Thinking Glorytellers
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The Pacific: The 10-hour HBO miniseries profiles troops fighting in the Pacific Theater in World War II. Joe Mazzello plays U.S. Marine Eugene Sledge. HBO Films hide caption

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Hollywood's New Battle Tactic: Make War Personal

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Democracy March Mason Daring
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