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The tightly packed steam generator tubes that are at the root of San Onofre's problems

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Planes pass over the Grand Canyon through the Dragon Corridor. Below is the Colorado River.

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Renowned performers gather for a special centennial celebration of the birth of the great American folk singer/songwriter, Woody Guthrie (pictured), recorded live at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C.

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Terry Brown, Chair of San Diego Tourism Marketing District

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Il Volo, the Italian trio: Piero Barone, Gianluca Ginoble and Ignazio Boschetto. Il Volo returns to PBS with their second special filmed at the Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater.

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Il Volo, the Italian trio, returns to PBS with their second special filmed at the Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater.

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Rural San Diego County also faces a shortage of primary care physicians.

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There are not enough primary care providers to serve patients in mid-city, downtown and southeastern San Diego.

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Dr. Chris Gordon went to medical school with the intention of going into primary care, but a national shortage of primary care physicians shows he's in the minority. Gordon is working to draw more new doctors into the clinic setting by starting a residency program at the City Heights Family Health Center.

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The "Atari Dump" of New Mexico, where the game company rid itself of unsold game cartridges, will be excavated this summer. Here, a file photo shows a woman demonstrating Atari's unreleased 1984 Mindlink device, using a headband that picks up impulses from movement of the player's forehead.

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A MIG-29 and its armaments on display at the military aerodrome at Vasylkiv near Kiev, Ukraine.

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A MIG-29 and its armaments on display at the military aerodrome at Vasylkiv near Kiev.

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A young Xenia, Ohio, resident sweeps the slab of a house that was destroyed in a tornado in April 1974.

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Today, there's little sign in Xenia's Arrowhead neighborhood of the 1974 devastation.

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The center of Xenia is calm today. In 1974, the twister blew seven railroad cars off the railroad tracks downtown.

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In 1974, a young Xenia, Ohio, resident sweeps the slab of a house that was destroyed in a tornado that struck the town April 3.

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Manning in 1945. She and dozens of other nurses were freed by U.S. forces earlier that year.

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Mildred Manning, then Mildred Dalton, was serving as a U.S. Army nurse in the Philippines when she was taken prisoner by Japanese forces in 1942.

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Former Massachusetts governor and 2012 Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney speaks at the 40th annual Conservative Political Action Conference in National Harbor, Md., in March.

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Former Massachusetts Gov., and 2012 Republican presidential candidate, Mitt Romney speaks at the 40th annual Conservative Political Action Conference in National Harbor, Md., Friday, March 15, 2013.

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Singer, dancer and performer Matthew Morrison puts his energetic, creative stamp on American standards.

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Singer, dancer and performer Matthew Morrison puts his energetic, creative stamp on American standards.

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Toborcia Bedgood performs a mammogram to screen for breast cancer at the Elizabeth Center for Cancer Detection in Los Angeles in 2010.

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Host Whoopi Goldberg introduces the smooth, sexy and sophisticated sounds of the greatest groups and solo artists from the 70s and 80s in this new MY MUSIC special.

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The late, great R&B balladeer Lou Rawls performs his huge hit "You'll Never Find Another Love Like Mine" in this MY MUSIC special.

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Cpl. Devin J. Scholl with his cousin.

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The Carpenters, Karen and Richard, sing their #1 hit from 1970, “(They Long to Be) Close to You.”

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Singer Jackie DeShannon performs her hit rendition of the Burt Bacharach-Hal David anthem "What the World Needs Now Is Love."

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Songstress Dusty Springfield and composer Burt Bacharach together perform “A House Is Not a Home.”

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Lyricist Hal David with Dionne Warwick and Burt Bacharach in the recording studio.

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Burt Bacharach with Dionne Warwick, who had a string of Bacharach-penned hits with “Walk On By,” “I Say a Little Prayer,” “Alfie.”

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Burt Bacharach with lyricist Hal David.

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Composer Burt Bacharach created some of the most successful pop music ever to grace radio, television and film.

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Don't sit down here and have a smoke with your coffee, Starbucks says.

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The show

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Master Chief Petty Officer Brian K. Page

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Composer Burt Bacharach created some of the most successful pop music ever to grace radio, television and film.

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A still image from a video posted by Eastern Truck and Trailer captures a moment just before a commercial truck's trailer was struck by a freight train Tuesday.

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Smithfield hams hang outside the Taste of Smithfield restaurant and gourmet market in Smithfield, Va. Shuanghui International Holdings plans to buy Smithfield Foods, the world's biggest hog producer.

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This ominous-looking wall of clouds formed near Purcell, Okla., on Thursday. There were more tornadoes in Oklahoma and Arkansas as severe weather continued to pummel those states.

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Radar images of asteroid 1998 QE2, taken when the cosmic traveler was about 3.75 million miles from Earth, revealed that the asteroid, with a 1.7-mile diameter, has a moon or satellite revolving around it.

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Rocio Turner's children enjoy playing on the playground at the YWCA Cortez Hill Family Center.

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This photo from the Virginia State Police shows the tail of the small plane that crashed into the living room of an apartment in Herndon, Va., early Friday.

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Yanira Maldonado talked to reporters late Thursday after her release from a prison on the outskirts of Nogales, Mexico.

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President Obama, with Education Secretary Arne Duncan at his side, calls on Congress on June 21, 2012, to stop interest rates on student loans from doubling. He is going to make that appeal again Friday.

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Daniel Buskirk, a professor of animal science at Michigan State University, is experimenting with the university's own cattle.

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A construction worker paints walls at the Maryland Proton Treatment Center in Baltimore. Each of the center's five rooms will contain a massive piece of equipment that will rotate around a cancer patient to deliver a special kind of radiation.

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