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Inspector General Glenn Fine (right) consults with staff before testifying on the firing of nine U.S. attorneys during a House Judiciary panel hearing in 2008. Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP hide caption

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Justice Watchdog Looks Back On 10 Years In Post

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Ronald McNair (third in line) and his fellow Challenger astronauts head to the launch pad at Kennedy Space Center to board the space shuttle on Jan. 27, 1986. Steve Helber/AP hide caption

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Astronaut's Brother Recalls A Man Who Dreamed Big

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These primitive tools were found on the eastern edge of the Arabian Peninsula, outside the range of Neanderthals. Researchers say humans may have left Africa earlier than previously thought, crossing what is now the bottom of the Red Sea. Science/AAAS hide caption

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Tools Suggest Humans Left Africa Earlier Via Arabia

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