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An Iraqi Army interpreter and a Soldier from Bravo Company 1/17th Infantry 172nd Stryker BDE Ft. Wainwright, AK question a suspect during an early morning cordon search of a house May 26, 2006 in the North West neighborhood of Al Nijar, Mosul, Iraq. Nine Iraqi's were detained in the searches, all suspected of terrorist activity as IED facilitators and enablers. (U.S. Air Force photo by TSgt Jeremy T. Lock)
Photo by: TSgt Jeremy Lock
An Iraqi Army interpreter and a Soldier from Bravo Company 1/17th Infantry 172nd Stryker BDE Ft. Wainwright, AK question a suspect during an early morning cordon search of a house May 26, 2006 in the North West neighborhood of Al Nijar, Mosul, Iraq. Nine Iraqi's were detained in the searches, all suspected of terrorist activity as IED facilitators and enablers. (U.S. Air Force photo by TSgt Jeremy T. Lock)

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Gadget Geek's Cyber Monday Picks #3

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A Christmas tree comes to the Capitol

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Gadget Geek's Cyber Monday picks - #1

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Winter weather pummels nation

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Capitol under construction

Workers are beginning to fill the more than 1,300 cracks in the Capitol dome as the next phase of restoration on the 150-year-old American icon begins. The $60 million repair is expected to be completed and the scaffolding removed in time for the 2017 presidential inauguration.