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Adam and Debbie Browne tried to drum up support Tuesday for a proposed 'personhood' amendment to the Mississippi state constitution that was ultimately rejected by voters. Rogelio V. Solis/AP hide caption

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Mississippi Voters Reject 'Personhood' Measure

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A man rides past the house of kidnapped American aid expert Warren Weinstein in Lahore, Pakistan. Weinstein was kidnapped more than two months ago; so far no demands have been made for his return. K.M. Chaudary/AP hide caption

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Criminals, Militants Align In Pakistan Kidnappings

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Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad unveils a sample of the third generation centrifuge for uranium enrichment during a ceremony in Tehran on April 9, 2010. Iran says its nuclear ambitions are peaceful. Behrouz Mehri/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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U.N. Raises Questions On Iran's Nuclear Program

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This abandoned village outside the city of Zintan was populated by pro-Gadhafi families from the Mushashya, a nomadic tribe from southern Libya. Fighters from Zintan, which rebelled against Gadhafi forces, are hoping they won't come back. Sean Carberry/NPR hide caption

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In Post-Gadhafi Libya, Enmities Continue To Smolder

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Bill Glover, vice president of environmental and aviation policy for Boeing, discusses biofuel feasibility at Sea-Tac Airport in Seattle in May. Elaine Thompson/AP hide caption

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Biofuels Start To Take Off In The Airline Industry

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Florida players (from left) Taurean Green, Corey Brewer, Walter Hodge, Joakim Noah and Marreese Speights hold up the Southeastern Conference sign after defeating Arkansas in the SEC basketball tournament championship game at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta in 2007. John Bazemore/AP hide caption

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Frank Deford: In With The South, Out With The East

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