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Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani, a Tanzanian, is accused of helping to carry out embassy bombings in East Africa in 1998 that killed 224 people and injured hundreds more. U.S. District Attorney's Office hide caption

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Guantanamo Detainee's Trial May Set Tone For Others

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During a raid on a Missouri dogfighting ring, Tim Rickey of the ASPCA holds Dharma, a pit bull who lost part of her leg in a fight. Courtesy of the Humane Society of Missouri hide caption

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DNA Is New Weapon In Fight Against Dogfighting

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Rachel Bateman, 9, has braces to correct an overbite. Her orthodontist opted not to use expanders to expand her upper arch. Mike Ruocco/NPR hide caption

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Braces For Young Kids Might Not Always Be Best

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Using the Icon treatment, Dr. Jin-Ho Phark won't need to drill to fill a cavity. Gretchen Cuda for NPR hide caption

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A No-Cringe Fix? Filling Cavities Without The Drill

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Some economists want the government to automatically refinance homeowners to prevent further foreclosures. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Remedy For Foreclosures Has Economists Divided

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During last week's town hall meeting on CNBC, Velma Hart (at right) drew much attention for telling President Obama that she hasn't seen the "meaningful" change she thought he would bring to Washington. Handout/Getty hide caption

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Obama Woos Young, Middle Class As Voting Day Nears

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Teen paparazzo Austin Visschedyk finds himself the center of actor Adrian Grenier's attention as each tries to understand the other's point of view. Matthew Cooke/HBO hide caption

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From A 'Teenage Paparazzo,' A Lesson About Fame

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Iran's Mohammad Reza Shajarian, a superstar of Persian classical music, walks onstage to perform with his son Homayoun and the Ava Ensemble to a largely Iranian audience at the Orpheum Theater in Vancouver, British Columbia, in 2008. Heinz Ruckemann/UPI Photo / Landov hide caption

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Mohammad Reza Shajarian: Protest Through Poetry

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