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Workboats operate near the Transocean Development Drilling Rig II at the site of the Deepwater Horizon incident in the Gulf of Mexico earlier this month. Dave Martin/AP hide caption

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Gulf Oil Spill: Containment And Clean Up

Oil Industry Rethinks Cost, Risk Of Drilling In U.S.

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Oil Industry Rethinks Cost, Risk Of Drilling In U.S.

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A man walks through a Beijing building formerly used as a secret detention center in 2009. In these "black jails," Chinese citizens are held, forcibly restrained and sometimes beaten to prevent them from lodging formal complaints with the central government. Elizabeth Dalziel/AP hide caption

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Secret Jails Used To Enforce China's 'Hidden Rules'

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A woman performs chest compressions on a mannequin while learning CPR on the steps of San Francisco City Hall. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Health

During CPR, Locking Lips May Not Be Necessary

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During CPR, Locking Lips May Not Be Necessary

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Damon Corkern, who works for ECS Solar Energy Systems, installs solar panels on a house roof in Gainesville, Fla. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Your Money

Outlook Dims For Popular Energy-Efficiency Loans

4 min

Outlook Dims For Popular Energy-Efficiency Loans

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Members of the Outlaws motorcycle club pass a roadblock as they ride through Hollis Center, Maine. Club members gathered for a memorial service for Thomas Mayne, a club leader who was killed during a shootout with federal agents on June 15. ATF agents were trying to arrest Mayne in his home in Old Orchard Beach, Maine. Joel Page/AP hide caption

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Law

Feds Peel Back Chrome On Motorcycle Gangs

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Feds Peel Back Chrome On Motorcycle Gangs

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Politics

Rangel Ethics Trial To Start

3 min

Rangel Ethics Trial To Start

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Unheard Ofs & Forgotten Abouts is a compilation album drawn from Frank Fairfield's personal collection of 78s. courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Frank Fairfield: A One-Man Folk Revival

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