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An ultralight aircraft with a basket outfitted for carrying pounds of marijuana crashed into a lettuce field north of San Luis, Ariz., three years ago. The number of ultralights illegally crossing into the U.S. nearly doubled last year. U.S. Border Patrol/AP hide caption

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In Risky Twist, Using Ultralight Planes To Drop Drugs

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Amy Womack and her daughter, Alexis Nelson, sit on the front steps of her parents' house in Cleveland, Tenn., in late April. Womack says her father urged her and 13 relatives and friends into the basement before a tornado hit; she credits him with saving their lives. Wade Payne/AP hide caption

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How To Survive A Tornado: Plan Ahead, Avoid Debris

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LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner, center right with beard, and Reid Hoffman, center background with glasses, listen to traders during their company's listing on May 19 on the New York Stock Exchange. The company reached a market value of $9 billion last week, leading to fears of another dot-com bubble. Mark Lennihan/AP hide caption

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In LinkedIn IPO, Hints Of Another Tech Bubble?

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Libyans wait in line at a bank in Benghazi in February. The National Transitional Council in the rebel-held city is continuing to pay government salaries and unemployment stipends. Hussein Malla/AP hide caption

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If Gadhafi Falls, Could The Rebels Run Libya?

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The Leatherman became a welcome sight along his 365-mile walking route. Courtesy of Dan DeLuca hide caption

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Search For Clues Only Deepens 'Leatherman' Mystery

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Foster the People's "Pumped Up Kicks" has moved the band from a Hype Machine darling to a sold-out tour and larger stages at festivals. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Foster The People: An Outsider Anthem, A Viral Hit

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