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Target (right) and Rufus became heroes when they kept a suicide bomber from taking lives in Afghanistan. A third dog, Sasha, was killed in that attack. Johnny Crawford/Atlanta Journal & Constitution/AP hide caption

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A Tragedy That Shouldn't Happen To A Hero Dog

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Louis Zamperini peers over the hatch nose of his aircraft in 1943. Later that year, a crash involving a B-24 bomber similar to this one would land the former Olympian in a Japanese prison camp. AP hide caption

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'Seabiscuit' Author's New Hero 'Unbroken' By War

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Christina Anderson is loyal to her hospital and refuses to change her family's health plan, even though it would save her family money. Sarah Varney/KQED hide caption

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Big Hospital Clout Dictates Premiums

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Massey Energy CEO Don Blankenship took questions from a selected group of reporters for more than two hours at the company's West Virginia offices Friday. Howard Berkes/NPR hide caption

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Mine CEO Points Fingers As He Details Explosion

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Wild turkeys cross a street in La Conner, Wash., where the birds have called home since 2004. La Conner's town council recently voted to remove the flock due to sanitation concerns. Marilyn Dunstan/Getty Images hide caption

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Charm Gone, Town Kicks Out Free-Ranging Turkeys

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