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The Baldwin-Felts detectives hired by the coal companies in West Virginia were referred to as the "Death Special" by miners. Colorado Historical Society hide caption

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Coal Reignites A Mighty Battle Of Labor History

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Robert and Dayna Baer first met while on a mission to Sarajevo for the CIA. Tara Whitney/Crown hide caption

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A True-Life Love Story Between Spies

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Tiesto spins at a club in Miami Beach in March 2002. The DJ and producer will appear at the Ultra Music Festival this month. Eliot J. Schechter/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Electronic Music Stars Take Their Talents To South Beach

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