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Cleveland police and FBI agents search a yard on the west side of Cleveland in July 2012 for evidence of Amanda Berry's disappearance. It turned out to be a false lead.

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Burial ceremony at Duffy’s Cut with Watson brothers.

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Skull with possible bullet wound.

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Archaeologist Sam Cox removing skull.

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Re-enactment: Railroad contractor Philip Duffy selects workers in Phili Port.

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A photo provided by the Chippewa County, Minn., Sheriff shows Buford Rogers, who was arrested on Friday.

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A photo provided by the Chippewa County, Minn., Sheriff shows Buford Rogers who was arrested on Friday.

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Plumbeous water snake, a rear-fanged venomous snake. In general, its bite is not considered dangerous to humans, and its venom is less studied.

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The Senate on Monday approved a bill to allow states to collect sales taxes from online retailers. Proponents say sellers will get help navigating tax collection, but many retailers says complying will be burdensome and opens the door for unforeseen problems.

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The Senate votes Monday on a bill to allow states to collect sales taxes from online retailers. Proponents say sellers will get help navigating tax collection, but many retailers says complying will be burdensome and opens the door for unforeseen problems.

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John Pyle, 10 and Ann Sugrue-Morillo, 10, talk with Cara Serban-Lawly, director of technology and learning resources for the La Mesa-Spring Valley School District about their experiences taking new, online standardized tests at Rancho Elementary School in Spring Valley, Calif., Apr. 23, 2013.

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The sighting of an albino deer is a rare and magical moment.

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Stags with antlers locked in battle during the rut.

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Stags prepare to fight during the rut.

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Deer can jump over an 8-foot obstacle. Sometimes from a running start they can clear a bit more than that.

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Whitetail deer getting ready to run.

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The tails of these whitetail deer are ready to go up, a signal that danger is near.

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Cornell ecologist Bernd Blossey observes how deer handle an unexpected threat.

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Cornell ecologist Bernd Blossey sets a trail cam to record deer behavior.

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A whitetail doe and buck.

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Close-up photo of a doe's face. Deer keep their distance and remain fully alert around humans.

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Two whitetail bucks venturing out during the rut.

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A large stag stops by a truck.

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Key deer fawn.

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Key deer on side of the road.

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Deer in front of house.

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Medical marijuana has been legal in Colorado for more than a decade. Coloradans voted to legalize recreational use in November, but lawmakers say the industry can be properly regulated only if voters approve a new tax at the polls.

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Newborn fawn hiding in grass.

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Some Democrats want to amend the immigration bill before the Senate to allow foreign-born same-sex spouses of Americans to qualify for green cards.

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The 12-story building outside Shanghai that is alleged to be the headquarters of the People's Liberation Army's hacking group.

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Some Democrats want to amend the immigration bill before the Senate to allow foreign-born same-sex spouses of Americans to qualify for green cards.

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A Bangladeshi family member holds up the portrait of her missing relative, believed to be trapped in the rubble of the collapsed Rana Plaza.

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Stephanie Klenzendorf's Biology classroom, Stony Point High School, Round Rock, Texas.

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Dr. Angela Lee Duckworth, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Pennsylvania.

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Geoffrey Canada, educator, social advocate and CEO of Harlem Children’s Zone.

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Bill Gates, technologist and philanthropist.

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Sir Ken Robinson, social activist, educator and most-watched TED Talk speaker on TED.com.

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Pearl Arredondo, educator and advocate.

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Army Staff Sgt. Michael H. Simpson

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"Trailblazer, A Biography of Jerry Brown," by veteran Associated Press political reporter Chuck McFadden, is the first biography of California's governor in more than 30 years.

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"Ted Talks Education" speakers: Dr. Angela Lee Duckworth, Bill Gates, John Legend, Sir Ken Robinson, Rita F. Pierson, Geoffrey Canada, Malcolm London, Ramsey Musallam and Pearl Arredondo.

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Army Spc. Trinidad Santiago Jr.

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Capt. Victoria A. Pinckney and son.

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A color postcard of the Dutch Haven restaurant and gift shop in Ronks, Pa., circa 1955.

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Many of the worst clichŽes of Pennsylvania Dutch tourism come together on the cover of this brochure, published by the Pennsylvania Dutch Folklore Center in 1956.

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The Apfel & Wenrich die-cut cookbook in the shape of an Amish girl. Lancaster, Pa., 1933.

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A trading card from 1878 depicts a popular stage spoof of the stereotypical Dutchman with his Meerschaum pipe and drumhead cabbage.

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Program cover for the fifth annual Versommling (general meeting) of Grundsau Lodge Number One, Allentown, Pa., February 3, 1938.

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The Amish table becomes the Pennsylvania Dutch table in Ann Hark's children's book 'The Story of the Pennsylvania Dutch' (New York: Harper & Brothers, 1943).

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A rare 1911 postcard spoofs Groundhog Day at Punxsutawney, Pa.

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Cover of a 1943 Lancaster County almanac depicting an Amish farmer.

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The Amish table as interpreted by Weaver's Lebanon Bologna, a sausage and meat company in Lebanon, Pa.

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Menu cover with an Amish motif, the German Village, Lancaster, Pa., 1937.

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Cover of a now-scarce 1961 Amish Dutch cookbook, written by Ruth Redcay and published by Ben Herman of Kutztown, Pa.

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The cover of this 1974 cookbook features Amish girls cooking on an open hearth that is, in reality, a faux hearth in the museum of the Historical Society of Berks County, Pa.

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The Dutch Haven restaurant and gift shop in Ronks, Pa. Color postcard, ca. 1955.

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Fifty-three hundred pounds of drumhead cabbage on its way to sauerkraut near Roaring Spring in Morrison's Cove, Blair County, Pa., October 17, 1912.

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A typical Buckwheat Dutch two-room log house circa1896.

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San Mateo County firefighters and California Highway Patrol officers investigate the scene of a limousine fire in which five women died Saturday.

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Tamerlan Tsarnaev in April 2009.

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The Port of Baltimore recently completed a major expansion, which included building a 50-foot berth and dredging the channel. It's in anticipation of increased traffic following the completion of a project to widen the Panama Canal.

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A crane removes a container from a ship at the Port of Baltimore's Seagirt Marine Terminal on March 1.

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The Port of Baltimore recently completed a major expansion, which included building a 50-foot berth and dredging the channel. It's in anticipation of increased traffic following the completion of a project to widen the Panama Canal.

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After years in the halls of Congress, Republican Mitch McConnell has to convince Kentucky voters that he's still paying attention to what they want.

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"Sue," the

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