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A small boat guards the USS Cole in Aden, Yemen, on Oct. 20, 2000. Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri, the man accused of masterminding the attack, is expected to testify Wednesday in a courtroom at Guantanamo Bay. Hasan Jamali/AP hide caption

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Should Alleged Cole Bomber's Testimony Be Secret?

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President Obama makes a case for the tax proposal dubbed the "Buffett rule" Tuesday at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, Fla. Marc Serota/Getty Images hide caption

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Would The Buffett Rule Help The U.S. Economy?

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The L.A. Dodgers stand on the third baseline during the national anthem on opening day at Dodger Stadium. They beat the Pittsburgh Pirates, 2-1, on Tuesday in Los Angeles. Harry How/Getty Images hide caption

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New Season, New Owners For Los Angeles Dodgers

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Bernice Acosta and other yoga enthusiasts practice in New York's Times Square at an event marking the 2011 summer solstice. Some Hindus say such events have little to do with yoga's spiritual roots. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption

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To Some Hindus, Modern Yoga Has Lost Its Way

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Students prepare mealworm quiches at the Rijn IJssel school for chefs in Wageningen, Netherlands. JERRY LAMPEN/Reuters /Landov hide caption

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Time For A 'Bug Mac'? The Dutch Aim To Make Insects More Palatable

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Dannaer Fields, who went by Donna, is shown in this undated photo. She was one of three people killed in Friday's shootings in Tulsa, Okla. Courtesy Of News On 6 hide caption

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Tulsa Shooting Victim Had Turned Her Life Around

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A Civil War soldier poses for a photograph, in this image contributed to the Library of Congress by Tom Liljenquist and his family. Library of Congress hide caption

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Unknown No More: Identifying A Civil War Soldier

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A pre-foreclosure sign is seen in front of a home in Miami. Supporters of a plan to reduce the principals owed by many homeowners facing foreclosure say it would prevent larger losses and keep people in their homes. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Fannie, Freddie Weigh Mortgage Write-Downs

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Olympic beach volleyball player Kerri Walsh says of this year's Summer Games: "We're feeling really good; we can't wait for London. We want to do what's never been done before, which is three consecutive gold medals." Harry How/Getty Images hide caption

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Beach Volleyball Star Walsh Has Sights On London, And Babies In Diapers

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NCAA President Mark Emmert delivers his State of the Association speech on Jan. 12 during the organization's annual convention in Indianapolis. Darron Cummings/AP hide caption

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The NCAA: Is Membership Worth It?

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Matt Groening has revealed the location of the real-life home of The Simpsons. AP hide caption

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D'Oh! Springfield In 'Simpsons' Was Based On Town In Oregon All Along

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