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Photos for July 19, 2011

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At the "Antiques Roadshow" event in Spokane, Washington, this owner proudly displays an heirloom desk and chair used at the United States House of Representatives from 1857 to 1873. Rarely found together — with the desks being far scarcer than the chairs — the matched pair prompts appraiser Brian Witherell of Witherell's to estimate the set's combined value at $40,000.

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A sign warning people not to swim in Imperial Beach after a sewage spill in January 2011

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Mas Inoshito (left) lived in the relocation camp where this Japanese cane was carved. He tells Tukufu Zuberi (right) about life in the camps and how shifting loyalties tore families apart.

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Gregory Rivers asks Elyse Luray to find out which of his ancestors originally owned this telescope. Did the owner see a Revolutionary battle through this spyglass?

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Scott Hirotsu inherited this cane carved with Japanese characters from his grandparents. He wonders if the message will tell him more about his family’s history in WW II relocation camps.

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Sign at a medical marijuana dispensary in Santa Monica, CA.

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Mayor Scott Smith of Mesa, Arizona.

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Marijuana is grown domestically and imported from countries such as Mexico, Canada and Jamaica.

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This local fan brings a favorite family heirloom to "Antiques Roadshow" in Spokane, Washington — her father's prized Waltham railroad pocket watch. Appraiser Kevin Zavian of Doyle New York points out the watch's rare qualities, including a power winding mechanism and a diamond end stone, and assigns an insurance value of $4,000 to $6,000.

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Members of the Azteca Sangre Orchestra play during the group's debut concert in June in Ciudad Juárez.

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Superintendent Jeff Kleck of the Maricopa Unified School District.

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Some of the technology used by the U.S. federal government to monitor the border with Mexico.

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Appraiser Noel Barrett (right) tells the owner it's fitting to find a "choo-choo" at the Chattanooga ANTIQUES ROADSHOW event. This lovingly preserved set, made by the Lionel company and given to the owner's father for his first Christmas in 1930, could carry home a value of $2,500-$3,000.

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An Encinitas home in foreclosure.

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Natalie Dessay as Lucia and Ludovic Tézier as Enrico in "Lucia di Lammermoor."

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Latino community leaders Artie Blanco and Fernando Romero examine a map of Las Vegas' Latino neighborhood at the April 2 legislative redistricting hearing.

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Natalie Dessay as Lucia and Kwangchul Youn as Raimondo as featured in "Lucia di Lammermoor."

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Students at the Instituto Tecnológico de Delicias school in the northern Mexican state of Chihuahua recently donated blood in a truck donated by the non-profit United Blood Services from El Paso, Texas.

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Melva Aguirre (left) owns the Pepper Pot Restaurant in Hatch, New Mexico. Her sister Rosario Varela also works there. The governor signed a bill protecting New Mexico chiles at the popular restaurant.

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Dried red chile for sale at a shop in Hatch, New Mexico.

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Natalie Dessay as Lucia and Joseph Calleja as Edgardo in "Great Performances At The Met: Lucia di Lammermoor."

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Groundwater is saltier than river water. The result is unhealthy looking onion sprouts.

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An ATF agent grabs .50 caliber rounds seized by federal agents.

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A poster for the 287(g) program hangs in the Clark County Detention Center.

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Rufus Sewell as detective Aurelio Zen as seen in the episode "Zen: Ratking."

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Fidal Avalos (right) was born in Sonora, Mexico, but raised in Raleigh, North Carolina. He said that in America, people told him to stop speaking Spanish. In Mexico, they tell him to stop talking in English.

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Residents of Reserve, New Mexico play bingo at the senior center every Friday.

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Rufus Sewell stars as detective Aurelio Zen and Caterina Maurino stars as Tania Moretti in "Masterpiece Mystery! Zen: Ratking."

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Boys ride horses down a street in a "colonia" in Texas near the U.S.-Mexico border.

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A family from Utah headed home to Sinaloa chose to travel by convoy this year to stay safe on the highways.

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Sonora State Police monitor traffic on Highway 15 as Mexicans hit the road south headed home for the holidays.

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A Border Patrol agent wears a black band over his badge to honor slain Agent Brian Terry.

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The percentage of American commuters that use carpool lanes has gone way down.

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Bypass Proposal

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Bypass Proposal

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Bypass Column Rendering

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Rendering of Plaza de Panama

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Chef, restaurateur, author, teacher and culinary adventurer Rick Bayless

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Promotional photo of a seafood taco as featured in "Mexico - One Plate At A Time With Rick Bayless."

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The Wallow Fire burns in the distance.

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Mendocino County Sergeant Randy Johnson (left) pays a visit to a medical marijuana farm run by Matt Cohen (right) as featured in "The Pot Republic." (Frontline incorrectly identified the officer in this photo by mistake in the original posting. This caption has been corrected.)

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School supplies collected for homeless students in San Diego County during the "Drive For Success" held in July 2010.

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Caterina Murino stars as Tania Moretti in Masterpiece Mystery! "Zen: Cabal."

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Rufus Sewell stars as detective Aurelio Zen in Masterpiece Mystery! "Zen: Cabal."

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Interstate 405 has reopened in Los Angeles, following a weekend closure that caused none of the expected chaos.

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Barbecued Chicken

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Joseph Rosendo takes in the beauty of Switzerland’s Jungfrau region.

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Test cook Julia Collin Davison and host Chris Kimball grill on the set of "Cook's Country."

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A mugshot for 14 year-old Edgar Jimenez Lugo, aka El Ponchis, who was arrested in December 2010 and is facing trial in Cuernavaca, Mexico.

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