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Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley -- seen here in September 2009 -- announced Tuesday that he will not seek a seventh term. He has been mayor of the nation's third-largest city since 1989. Charles Dharapak/AFP hide caption

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Daley Departure Shifts Chicago's Political Landscape

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Women have been flying Apache attack helicopters in the U.S. Army for about 15 years. Chief Warrant Office Stephanie Rose was among the first women to fly the Apache and is currently on her third combat tour, this time in northern Afghanistan. Yuri Cortez/Getty Images hide caption

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Female Pilot Reflects On War And Evolving Army

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Battle Lines: The Kentucky Wildcats and the Louisville Cardinals square off at the line of scrimmage during a game at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium on Sept. 4 in Louisville. Andy Lyons/Getty Images hide caption

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Football Fans Ignore Increasing Violence

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