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Haitians sit  in front of the fence surrounding the crumbling presidential palace in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, in August. Nine months have passed since a devastating earthquake killed more than 200,000 people, left 1.5 million homeless and destroyed much of the capital. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Haitians Forge Ahead As Quake Recovery Drags On

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Dr. Michele Roberts Casey examines Janice Seitzinger at her office on the campus of WakeMed Health & Hospitals in Raleigh, N.C. Casey, a primary care physician, made the leap from private practice to hospital employment in April. Jenny Gold hide caption

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Hospitals Lure Doctors Away From Private Practice

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Tesla Motors plans to use a former Toyota-GM joint venture factory in California to build its Model S electric sedan. Stan Honda/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Electric Vehicle Companies Tap Silicon Valley Cash

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Condoleezza Rice stands in front of the White House during a family trip to Washington, D.C. Rice says her parents had her convinced "that even if I couldn't have a hamburger at Woolworth's lunch counter, I could grow up to be president of the United States." Random House hide caption

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Condoleezza Rice Details Her Civil Rights Roots

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Ken Tanguis stands outside his home in Houma, La. The mechanic for Diamond Offshore Drilling says he is happy that the Obama administration lifted the restrictions on offshore drilling, but he still fears for his job. Kathy Lohr/NPR hide caption

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Despite End Of Drilling Ban, Uncertainty Remains

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