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LC Sallis says he's had a good life, and he'd "be a fool" to complain about anything. He still hopes to one day meet his great-great-grandson in person.

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LC and Betty Sallis were married in a small chapel in Hillcrest in September 1946.

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LC and Betty are taught how to manage LC's symptoms at home, and adjust his medications as needed.

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Attorney Rick Gray, representing more than 400 districts mostly in poorer areas of the state, is congratulated Monday in Austin following a ruling in a consolidated six-lawsuit case contending the school finance system violates the Texas Constitution.

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"My patients don't ever see the inside of the hospital because we're bringing care to them," Dr. Daniel Hoefer, Chief Medical Officer of Sharp Healthcare's Outpatient Palliative Care Program

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The whirring sound of the oxygen machine is a constant reminder in the Sallis home that LC is sick — the white noise of illness.

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LC Sallis shares a laugh with his doctor, Daniel Hoefer, at his home on Jan. 10, 2013. LC is in stage four heart failure, and has opted to spend his remaining days in hospice care.

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Eighty-nine year old LC Sallis has stage four congestive heart failure. He passes the time sitting on a recliner watching television in his San Diego home.

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San Diego Hospice Patients living longer.

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Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano answers questions after meeting afternoon with state and local officials at the U.S. Coast Guard District Maritime Unified Command.

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A premature infant.

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Electrum chariot with harness and solar disc.

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Gunther Kunst and Irene F. Mueller with Egypt's earliest complete horse skeleton.

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Andre Veldmeijer and Selima Ikram with leather fragments from the Tano chariot.

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Stone fragment of Tuthmosis III in the atef crown.

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The north wall at the Temple of Karnak, where Seti I is shown mounting his chariot to make war with his enemies.

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Scene of hunting from a chariot, found in a tomb.

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Nearly one in five children (19.2 percent) in San Diego County lived below the federal poverty level in 2011.

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Re-creation of a charging chariot. Follow a team of experts who build and test accurate replicas of Egyptian royal chariots.

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President Obama and law enforcement officials meet in January to discuss gun violence. To the left of Obama is Hennepin County, Minn., Sheriff Richard W. Stanek; to the right is Charles H. Ramsey, commissioner of the Philadelphia Police Department.

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Craig McCarl dips Xlerator covers two at a time into a chrome bath. He has worked for Excel Dryer in East Longmeadow, Mass., for 31 years.

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Health researchers say the proportion of people in their late 40s to 60s with diabetes, hypertension, and obesity has increased over the past two decades.

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Intel executives Robert Noyce, Gordon Moore, and Andy Grove standing over a mask design on 10th anniversary of Intel.

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Robert Noyce seated at his desk in front of a diagram on a blackboard at Fairchild.

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Fairchild Semiconductor, 1960. Pictured: Eugene Kleiner, Julius Blank, Gordon Moore, Sheldon Roberts, Jay Last, Robert Noyce, Jean Hoerni, Victor Grinich (Everyone is facing Noyce).

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Even before “The Thorn Birds” and “Shogun,” Richard Chamberlain was well known on television for his work on “Dr. Kildare.”

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Rachel Ward and Bryan Brown on “The Thorn Birds.”

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Louis Gossett Jr. (as Fiddler) plays the fiddle in the 1977 miniseries “Roots.”

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Fiddler (Louis Gossett Jr.) offers sage advice to Kunta Kinte (LeVar Burton) in the 1977 miniseries "Roots."

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Nationwide, more than 30 percent of the people set to gain Medicaid coverage under the Affordable Care Act will have limited English proficiency. That's putting pressure on providers like San Diego's La Maestra Community Health Centers, where there already aren't enough interpreters to handle the existing caseload.

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Lance Cpl. Harrison York, a AV-8B Harrier II Plus maintainer with Marine Attack Squadron 211, 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing (Forward), salutes Capt. Stephen White, a Harrier pilot, as he taxis in to the Camp Bastion, Afghanistan, flightline, Sept. 26., 2012.

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Damian Nenow's "Paths of Hate" won best film award at Comic-Con and special distinction at Annecy 2011. It screens as part of SPike and Mike's 30th Anniversary special.

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Egyptian President Anwar Sadat is flanked by senior military officers as he reviews maps of battlefield developments in the 1973 Arab-Israeli war. He's shown at army headquarters in Cairo on Oct. 15, 1973. Egypt and Syria attacked Israel, catching Israel and the CIA off-guard.

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Egyptian soldiers cross to the eastern side of the the Suez Canal during the 1973 war. Egyptian forces initially broke through the Israeli forces on that side of the canal.

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An Israeli tank tanks a break near Suez City in Egypt on Oct. 29, 1973. The Egyptian military made advances agains Israeli forces in the first days of the war, but Israel's army eventually recovered.

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Barrington Irving , a 23-year-old Jamaican-born pilot, at a news conference at Opa-locka Airport Wednesday, June 27, 2007, ending a three-month journey he said would make him the youngest person to fly around the world alone.

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Irving returned to the Miami-area city he left March 23, 2007 in a Columbia 400 built of donated parts. He was optimistic his 27,000-mile continent-hopping trip aboard the "Inspiration" would live up to the plane's name and motivate young people _ especially minorities.

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A still from the Super Bowl ad, "God Made a Farmer"

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Wal-Mart claims that 11 percent of the produce in its stores now comes from local farms.

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Produce broker Herman Farris, outside a Wal-Mart in Columbia, Mo., was heading to St. Louis to pick up a shipment of bananas for Wal-Mart.

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Chris Kyle, retired Navy SEAL and bestselling author of the book

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David Akers #2 of the San Francisco 49ers waits during a power outage that occurred in the third quarter that caused a 34-minute delay during Super Bowl XLVII.

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A sign hangs outside a house in Miami in 2010. Currently, Florida's foreclosure legal process can take a couple of years, which critics say is hurting the housing market.

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Trash, much of it likely debris from the 2011 Japanese tsunami, litters the beach on Montague Island, Alaska on Jan. 26, 2013.

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Chris Pallister examines a bottle on Montague Island of what he believes could be a household chemical item.

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The reactor room at Babcock & Wilcox's prototype reactor outside of Lynchburg, Va. The reactor vessel is behind the orange curtain.

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A cutaway rendering of Babcock & Wilcox's mPower reactor. The vertical tubes are the nuclear reactor chambers.

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The outside of Babcock & Wilcox's prototype nuclear reactor. Babcock & Wilcox says its nuclear reactor facilities won't have the trademark cooling towers of traditional nuclear reactors.

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