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BP Chief Operating Officer Doug Suttles, pictured in May, says the company has been going "flat out" to remedy the Gulf oil spill disaster. Patrick Semansky/AP hide caption

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BP's Operating Officer: 'We've Been Going Flat Out'

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Igor Sutyagin's lawyer Anna Stavitskaya (right) speaks a news conference in Moscow Wednesday with his mother Svetlana Sutyagina (center) and brother Dmitry Sutyagin (left). Sutyagin, who was convicted in a Russian court in 2004 of spying for the U.S., is one of the people allegedly under discussion to be part of the spy exchange. Sergey Ponomarev/AP hide caption

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Russia Spy Suspects Transferred Amid Talk Of Swap

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James Taylor and Carole King first collaborated 40 years ago and are now reunited for a joint tour. James O'Mara hide caption

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Carole King, James Taylor: Together, 40 Years Later

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The 400-year-old Amati Brothers violin is currently on display at The National Music Museum in Vermillion, S.D. Andrew Dipper hide caption

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Andrew Dipper

A King's Violin: From Italy To South Dakota

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President Obama is joined by Commerce Secretary Gary Locke (left) and Boeing CEO Jim McNerney to announce the creation of the President's Export Council, and to talk about his administration's promotion of exports in an attempt to grow the economy and support jobs. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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Expanding Exports To Stimulate The Economy

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Donald M. Berwick speaks to delegates at the American Medical Association's annual meeting in 2006. Nam Y. Huh/AP hide caption

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Berwick's In, More Battles For Health Care Hearts And Minds Ahead

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A person who relies on the AIDS Drug Assistance Program marches to protest millions of dollars in cuts to lifesaving AIDS services proposed by California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, June 5, 2009. States are facing increasing demand for AIDS treatment, but little new money is available. David McNew/Getty Images hide caption

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AIDS Waiting Lists Grow Amid Economic Woes

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