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In this artist's sketch, Jared Loughner makes his first court appearance in Phoenix, Jan. 10. Bill Robles/AP hide caption

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Insanity Defense Could Be A Tough Sell For Loughner

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Sales of bison meat like this sirloin steak have risen in recent years, as more consumers look for red meat that is lower in fat and cholesterol than most beef. Larry Crowe/AP hide caption

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As Bison Demand Rises, So Does Need For Ranchers

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This satellite image taken Sept. 27, 2009, shows a suspected nuclear enrichment facility under construction inside a mountain located about 20 miles outside Qom, Iran. The revelation of the previously secret facility has fueled fears that Iran has a clandestine program to develop nuclear weapons. AP/DigitalGlobe hide caption

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Worrying Signs Overshadow Iran's Nuclear Denials

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A woman and two children walk through the medina in Tunis on Tuesday. Fred Dufour /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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With Former Leader Out, Tunisians Speak Freely

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A recent survey of microbiologists across the country documented 13 episodes of microbial destruction involving viral, bacterial and fungal strains. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Curbs On Pathogens Pose Dilemma For Scientists

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