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Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa (left) and Los Angeles County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky hold souvenir concrete chips as they celebrate the demolition of two lanes of the Mulholland Drive bridge over I-405 ahead of schedule Sunday. Reed Saxon/AP hide caption

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L.A. Drivers Ecstatic As I-405 Reopens Early

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For a long time, doctors thought tinnitus was a problem in the ears. They now think it's more of a problem in the brain. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Tinnitus: Why Won't My Ears Stop Ringing?

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Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction teaches simple techniques — such as using slow breathing — to focus your attention. iStockphoto hide caption

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Rethinking Tinnitus: When The Ringing Won't Stop, Clear Your Mind

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A worker tests components on a model of the space shuttle before wind tunnel testing. NASA hide caption

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Crafting Shuttles: Labor Of Love, Vanishing Art

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A voter casts a ballot in a Democratic primary on July 12 in Wisconsin, one of seven states to enact voter ID laws this year. Dinesh Ramde/AP hide caption

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The Politics Behind New Voter ID Laws

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Glenn Carle served for 23 years in the Clandestine Services of the Central Intelligence Agency. Sally J. Carle hide caption

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Education Of An Interrogator: Questioning The CIA

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