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A core sample from the seafloor of the Gulf of Mexico shows a 2-inch layer of oily material. Researchers are finding oil on the seafloor miles away from the blown-out BP well.  Though researchers have yet to chemically link the oil deposits to the BP well, "the sheer coverage here is leading us all to come to the conclusion that it has to be sedimented oil from the oil spill because it's all over the place," says one scientist. Courtesy of Samantha Joye hide caption

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Scientists Find Thick Layer Of Oil On Seafloor

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On Aug. 7, federal police officers beat commander Salomon "The Shaman" Alarcon after accusing him of being linked to drug cartels and having participated in kidnappings, executions and extortion in Ciudad Juarez. About 250 federal police officers participated in the unprecedented protest against their commanders. Raymundo Ruiz/AP hide caption

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Mutiny, Firings Roil Mexico's Federal Police

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In The Tenth Inning, Ken Burns says he wanted to show a complicated and nuanced portrait of Barry Bonds (pictured here playing for the San Francisco Giants in a 2001 game). Courtesy of Sports Illustrated/Getty Images hide caption

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In 'Tenth Inning,' Baseball's Shakespearean Plot

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