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Crewmen of the USS Monitor pose on the deck of their ironclad ship in July 1862. Robert Williams, standing at the far right with his arms crossed, is a candidate for the older sailor whose remains were discovered inside the wreck's gun turret. Library of Congress hide caption

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Lost At Sea: Do You Know These Civil War Sailors?

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A member of the Free Syrian Army looks at the valley in the village of Ain al-Baida, in Syria's Idlib province, near the Turkish border, in December. Syrians fleeing the fighting in their country are flowing out across the border with Turkey, but opposition fighters say very few weapons are flowing in. Sezayi Erken/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Syria's Rebels Ask, Why Aren't The Weapons Coming?

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Composer/lyricist Robert Sherman (left) and his brother Richard stand next to the car used in the 1968 film Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. The brothers wrote the songs for the movie, as well as a musical version that began running in 2002. Ezio Petersen/UPI/Landov hide caption

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Disney Songwriter Robert Sherman Has Died

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The C. difficile bacteria causes infections that kill about 14,000 Americans each year, the CDC reports. CDC Public Health Image Library hide caption

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Deaths From Dangerous Gut Bacteria Hit Historic Highs

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Apple's store in New York City's Grand Central station employs about 315 people. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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How Many U.S. Jobs Does Apple Really Create?

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Mine helmets and painted crosses sat at the entrance to Massey Energy's Upper Big Branch coal mine on April 5, as a memorial to the 29 miners killed there one year earlier. Jeff Gentner/AP hide caption

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Mine Safety Agency Reports Failures Before Deadly Explosion

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