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Photos for May 2, 2013

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Lake Mathews, located in Riverside County, California, is one of the Metropolitan Water District's main reservoirs.

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The Colorado River Aqueduct transports water from the Colorado River to Southern California.

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Grant Goodall (bottom right) with the San Francisco Esperanto Club in 1974.

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Linguist Marc Okrand created the Klingon language.

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A Klingon from Star Trek. A linguist created the Klingon language used in the television series and films.

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Pete Escovedo plays for the audience at the White House for the October 13, 2009 taping.

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Los Lobos plays for the audience at the White House at the October 13, 2009 taping.

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The concert finale at the White House of the October 13, 2009 taping. Shown (l-r): Eva Longoria Parker, George Lopez, Tito "El Bambino," Marc Anthony, Jennifer Lopez, Gloria Estefan, Emilio Estefan, José Feliciano, Thalía and Aventura member Anthony "Romeo" Santo.

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Serving up bugs.

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Bug pong.

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Possibly the best press kit ever... okay maybe the "Fargo" snowglobe was a little better.

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Chevy trucks line the lot of a dealer in Murrysville, Pa. Sales were up by double digits at Chrysler, General Motors and Ford last month.

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Chevy trucks line the lot of a dealer in Murrysville, Pa. Sales were up by double-digits at Chrysler, General Motors and Ford in April.

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Construction workers move a framed wall into place at a new housing development in San Mateo, Calif.

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Cricket.

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A scorpion sucker.

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Rex Garniewicz of the San Diego Museum of Man almost ate a live bug.

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I got to play with a hissing cockroach.

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The bugs ran out fairly quickly at the event.

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The Bugs and Beer packed the museum.

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Dawn Derouin savors some creepy crawlers.

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Some bug snacks you could buy at the gift shop.

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Leah Nelson enjoying crickets.

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Cookies and crickets.

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I loved the crispy curried crickets.

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Crispy Curried Crickets

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Sautéed Chili Wax Worms

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Oatmeal Worm Cookies.

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Leah Nelson chows down on some crickets.

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Jennifer Brennan sampling some bugs at TheNat.

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The Oatmeal Worm Cookies at last night's Bugs and Beer at TheNAT. Too much oatmeal and not enough worms for me.

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A man and a boy out hunting with shotguns, circa 1955.

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A woman holds a .22-caliber Crickett youth rifle at a Gander Mountain store in Flint Township, Mich. This type of gun, which is marketed to children and comes in a variety of colors, was involved in the shooting death of a 2-year-old girl in Kentucky.

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A man and a boy out hunting with shotguns, circa 1955.

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A woman holds a .22-caliber Crickett youth rifle at a Gander Mountain store in Flint Township, Mich. This type of gun, which is marketed to children and comes in a variety of colors, was involved in the shooting death of a 2-year-old girl in Kentucky.

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Employers using the E-Verify program are required to post an E-Verify Participation Poster, shown here in a handout photo. A Senate bill would make participation in the system, used to check employees' immigration status, mandatory for all employers.

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During PBS’ CONSTITUTION USA with Peter Sagal session at the Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour in Pasadena, Calif. on Monday, January 14, 2013, executive producer Catherine Allan, director Stephen Ives, featured scholar Dr. Richard Beeman and series host Peter Sagal discuss where the U.S. Constitution lives, how it works and how it doesn’t.

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Casual clothing detail fashion background made in the USA

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Elizabeth Cline, a former editor at

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Peter Sagal, host of NPR’s “Wait, Wait … Don’t Tell Me,” in Washington, D.C.

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The first Pitchfest and Mixer back in October screened films by local filmmakers.

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Peter Sagal, host of NPR’s “Wait, Wait … Don’t Tell Me,” travels cross-country on a customized Harley-Davidson to find out what the Constitution means in the 21st century.

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Captain Kirk and a Klingon from the original Star Trek television series.

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Peter Sagal, host of NPR’s “Wait, Wait … Don’t Tell Me,” travels cross-country on a customized Harley-Davidson to find out what the Constitution means in the 21st century.

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Scripps Memorial Hospital Encinitas will commemorate the 50th anniversary of its groundbreaking ceremony, shown here.

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A photo of the MQ-8B, provided by Northrup Grumman.

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Luke Stimson and his yacht "Jonetsu"

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Jason Collins, a journeyman NBA center, came out as gay this week in the pages of

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Navy Diver 1st Class James Reyher

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A snowplow clears slush from the parking lot of Creighton Prep in Omaha, Neb., on Thursday after a spring storm dumped slush and snow on parts of Nebraska and Iowa.

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The home in Cumberland County, Ky., where a 2-year-old girl was shot by her 5-year-old brother with a gun he'd been given as a gift. Investigators say the Tuesday shooting was accidental, but there is a chance some charges may be filed.

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Amazon Fresh delivery man Tim Wilkie totes food to a house on Mercer Island, Wash.

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Penny Pritzker, who is being nominated to be the next secretary of commerce, in February.

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Passersby watch a local television broadcast in Seoul on Thursday showing a report on the sentencing of Kenneth Bae.

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A proposal to ban the retail sale of pets in San Diego aims to eliminate inhumane animal mills and encourage adoptions from shelters.

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A makeshift memorial in Copley Square, near the site of one of the Boston Marathon bombings, on April 24.

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Martin Richard, 8, who was killed in the Boston Marathon bombings.

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Chris Kelly, left, and Chris Smith in 1992's "Jump" video, which was a hit for their rap duo Kris Kross.

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Recruiting fees paid by NCTD

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North County transit passengers catch a bus in Oceanside. Some of the passengers would rather take the Sprinter, but it's been shut down since March.

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North County Transit District Executive Director Matt Tucker speaks at a news in March about the Sprinter shutdown.

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The New York City Council is considering a number of regulations on cigarettes, including raising the minimum age for buying cigarettes to 21.

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