In this 2011 illustration provided by Cornell University, scientists demonstrate how they have have created a new invisibility technique that doesn’t just cloak an object — like in Harry Potter books and movies — but masks an entire event. It is a time masker that works by briefly bending the speed of light around an event. (Associated Press/Cornell University)
Virginia's Chris Bocklet (10) is congratulated on his goal by Nicke O'Reilly (29), Steele Stanwick (6), Matt White (4) and Rob Emery (24) in the second quarter against Cornell in an NCAA Division I men's lacrosse tournament quarterfinal at Hofstra University on Saturday, May 21, 2011, in Hempstead, N.Y. Stanwick and Bocklet each scored three goals during Virginia's 13-9 victory. (AP Photo/Kathy Kmonicek)
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One-time drug kingpin Cornell Jones, seen here in July 2001, supports one of the two leading candidates for D.C. mayor - but depending on when he was asked, it's not clear which one.