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Two cameras are posed symbolically during a memorial service for photojournalists Tim Hetherington and Chris Hondros held in Benghazi on April 21. Odd Anderson/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The Perilous Job Of Conflict Photography

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Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels talks with student Cree DeDeaux, 14, during a tour of an Indianapolis school. Indiana recently expanded its school voucher program, making it one of the most extensive in the nation. Michael Conroy/AP hide caption

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School Voucher Debate Heats Back Up

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Florida's Legislature is cutting some $30 million from Everglades restoration to help close the state's $4 billion budget shortfall. Getty Images hide caption

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Florida Budget Woes Mean Environmental Cuts

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Kentucky Derby hopeful Pants On Fire jockey Rosie Napravnik. Ed Reinke/AP hide caption

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No Fillies In The Field, But It's 'Year Of The Women' At The Kentucky Derby

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Comic book industry growth has also been attributed to the extreme rivalry between publishing monoliths Marvel and DC Comics, who battle it out with characters like the Flash (above) and Nova. DC Comics/AP Photo hide caption

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Industry Troubles? Free Comic Books To The Rescue!

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Comic relief: Chris Hemsworth fits the strapping, swaggering, hammer-toting bill as a god who's a little clueless when it comes to fitting in on Earth. Paramount Pictures/Marvel Studios hide caption

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'Thor': A Fratty Hero, With Plenty Of Norsepower

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