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President Ronald Reagan gestures during a news conference at the White House in January 1986, when he said there was "irrefutable evidence" that Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi was involved in airport attacks in Rome and Vienna in December 1985. Scott Stewart/AP hide caption

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For Reagan, Gadhafi Was A Frustrating 'Mad Dog'

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Avon Twitty was recently released from a halfway house in Washington, D.C., after serving three years in the Communications Management Unit at the Terre Haute, Ind., prison. David Gilkey/NPR hide caption

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Leaving 'Guantanamo North'

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Deggans says ABC's Mr. Sunshine, with James Lesure (left) and Andrea Anders as coupled co-workers, is one of the few network shows to mine laughs and drama from the realities of interracial relationships. Mitch Haddad/ABC hide caption

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On TV, Interracial Couples In A Too-Perfect World

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On Jan. 18 in Columbia, Mo., student developer Tony Brown holds an Apple iPhone 4 with the NearBuy app he helped develop with three other University of Missouri students as part of a contest in 2008. The app earned them a trip to Apple headquarters, along with job offers from Google and other technology titans. Patrick T. Fallon/AP hide caption

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Want A Job? You Ought To Be A Tech Geek

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Chinese paramilitary police check journalists' identity cards in Tiananmen Square before the opening session of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference in Beijing's Great Hall of the People, China on Thursday. Andy Wong/AP hide caption

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China Cracks Down On Reporters, Potential Protesters

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Pepper and Ron Miller figured out that they needed a little space so they could appreciate each other more. StoryCorps hide caption

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How A Divorce Helped One Couple Grow Closer

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The ice surface of Antarctica, looking toward the Gamburtsev Mountains and Dome A. Deep below the surface here, new ice is forming around the mountains and pushing upward. The black flags in the distance mark the edge of the runway for research aircraft studying the area. Robin E. Bell/Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory hide caption

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It's Bottoms Up For Antarctic Ice Sheets

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