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Consumer advocate Ralph Nader poses in front of a Chevrolet Corvair in the American Museum of Tort Law in Winsted, Conn. Nader featured the Corvair in his 1965 book on the auto industry's safety record, Unsafe At Any Speed. Jessica Hill/AP hide caption

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Ralph Nader Builds Shrine To Tort Law

The consumer advocate and former presidential candidate's new museum in Connecticut is filled with items like defective toys and unsafe machines.

For several years, a satellite orbiting Mars has seen streaks flowing from Martian mountains during warm periods on the surface. Scientists have now confirmed that water is involved. NASA/JPL/University of Arizona hide caption

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Scientists Confirm There's Water In The Dark Streaks On Mars

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United Airlines planes sit on the tarmac at San Francisco International Airport on July 8, grounded by a computer glitch. Some 3,500 United passengers around the world were delayed. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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United Airlines Faces Steep Ascent In Not-So-Friendly Skies

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'We Need To Be Human': Zuhal Sultan On Starting The Iraqi Youth Orchestra

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Consumer advocate Ralph Nader poses in front of a Chevrolet Corvair in the American Museum of Tort Law in Winsted, Conn. Nader featured the Corvair in his 1965 book on the auto industry's safety record, Unsafe At Any Speed. Jessica Hill/AP hide caption

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Ralph Nader Builds Shrine To Tort Law

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Ralph Nader Builds Shrine To Tort Law

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