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Photos for January 30, 2013

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Map of proposed Gregory Canyon landfill

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The site of the proposed Gregory Canyon landfill

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Joshua Shuffield gets a buzz cut after spending six months homeless on the streets.

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Spending cuts that are part of the looming sequester could cause big job losses in the defense and other industries.

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Appraiser Simeon Lipman (right) with a guest and his Beatles records and letter, ca. 1970.

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Appraiser David Bonsey (right) with a Boston guest and his 1950 Selmer alto saxophone.

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San Diego Mayor Bob Filner meets with members of the media during a "Pen and Paper" session on Jan. 30, 2013.

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Test kitchen chef Bridget Lancaster.

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Test kitchen cook Rebecca Hays.

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Black History Month honoree, Chuck Ambers

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Chuck Ambers, at the African Museum Casa del Rey Moro.

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Wayne LaPierre, executive vice president and CEO of the National Rifle Association, testifies while NRA President David Keene listens during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on gun violence Wednesday.

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A concealed handgun permit holder waits to enter the General Assembly building in Richmond, Va., on Monday, Jan. 21. Known as "gun lobby day," crowds of gun owners visited the capital to argue in favor of gun rights. Most states in the U.S. allow people to openly carry guns in certain public places.

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The design for an atheist billboard that will go up on Martin Luther King Jr. freeway on Thursday, Jan. 31.

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When Superstorm Sandy came ashore, Bellevue Hospital was quickly submerged. Inspectors from the Federal Emergency Management Agency marked the flood line in the basement with orange tape or spray paint. In some areas, water was 14 feet deep.

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Mechanic Robert Sudo adjusts the motor of a powerful water pump that was knocked out by flooding.

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Electrical switching equipment has been moved out of this basement space to a ground floor area that used to hold an eyeglass shop. The large orange pipe is made of plastic sheeting, and air flows through to dehumidify the basement.

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Many of Bellevue's outpatient services are working, but not the pharmacy. A makeshift one has been set up, with patients lining up in the main hospital atrium to fill prescriptions.

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Workers on the main floor close off a former eyeglass store as they prepare to install electrical switching equipment.

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Bellevue chief engineer Patrick O'Brien says flooding damaged pump motors, despite a heavy door designed to protect them.

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While repairs continue in the basement below, Dr. William Goldberg talks to a hospital patient who reports flu-like symptoms.

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Arthur Rock, early investor in Fairchild Semiconductor, Intel, Apple and Teledyne

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The Fairchild 8, who left the lab of Nobel Prize winner William Shockey to form Silicon Valley's first start-up, Fairchild Semiconductor. From left to right: Gordon Moore, C. Sheldon Roberts, Eugene Kleiner, Robert Noyce, Victor Grinich, Julius Blank, Jean Hoerni and Jay Last. 1960

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Robert Campbell, founder of PowerPoint

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John Morgridge, early CEO of Cisco.

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Sandy Lerner, co-founder of Cisco

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Dr. Herbert Boyer, co-founder of Genentech

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Nolan Bushnell, founder of Atari

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Jimmy Treybig, founder of Tandem.

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Gordon Moore, founder of Intel; one of Fairchild Semiconductor’s “Traitorous Eight.”

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Jim Gaither, one of the early developers of the venture financing structure still in use today

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Bill Edwards, founder of Bryan and Edwards

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Bill Bowes, founder of US Venture Partners.

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Pitch Johnson, co-founder of Draper and Johnson Investment; founder of Asset Management Company

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Bill Draper, founder of Sutter Hill Ventures; Founder of Draper Richards

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Reid Dennis, founder of Institutional Venture Partners

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Dick Kramlich, founder of New Enterprise Associates, investor in companies like PowerPoint, Juniper Networks, Macromedia and Dallas Semiconductor.

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Don Valentine, founder of Sequoia Capital; early investor in companies like Apple, Cisco, Oracle, Electronic Arts and LSI Logic.

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Tom Perkins, founder of Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, early investor in companies linke Genentech and Tandem.

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Mike Markkula, early CEO of Apple

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Woz (Steve Wozniak), programmer and co-founder of Apple and Steve Jobs.

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Steve Jobs and Mike Markkula, early CEO of Apple.

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Dog getting brain scan at Emory University.

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The Fairchild 8, who left the lab of Nobel Prize winner William Shockey to form Silicon Valley's first start-up, Fairchild Semiconductor. From left to right: Gordon Moore, C. Sheldon Roberts, Eugene Kleiner, Robert Noyce, Victor Grinich, Julius Blank, Jean Hoerni and Jay Last. 1960

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Influenza Watch report for week ending January 26, 2013.

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Ongoing beach nourishment, like this project in Viriginia Beach, has been the topic of debate. Some people say it's needed to protect beach communities; others decry the costs.

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Some call beach refurbishment "welfare for the rich," and others say it's necessary for local communities.

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Workers reconstruct a section of Virginia Beach. The federal government finances 65 percent of beach nourishment projects; local governments pay for the rest.

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Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis speaks at a news conference in New Orleans on Monday. The Ravens face the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII on Sunday. It will be Lewis' last game.

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Front loading your calories may help you lose weight.

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Front-loading your calories may help you lose weight.

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Mark Sanford, seen at the GOP convention last summer in Tampa, Fla., saw his career as South Carolina's governor implode in 2009 when he admitted to an extramarital affair.

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