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    The Washington Times 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.


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    ASSOCIATED PRESS Republican candidate for U.S. Senate Joe Miller (center) talks with supporters in Anchorage, Alaska. His defeat of Sen. Lisa Murkowski in the state's primary is partly attributed to "tea party" support.


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    An Afghan army soldier and U.S. soldiers from the 2nd Battalion, 502 Infantry, 101st Airborne Division, prepare to exit an armored vehicle during a mission to Strongpoint Terminator, a jointly operated U.S.-Afghan base in Zhari district, Kandahar province, southern Afghanistan, last month. (Associated Press)


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    Associated Press House Majority Leader Steny H. Hoyer, Maryland Democrat, cautions Republicans that repealing the new health care law would be easier said than done, even if they retake control of Congress in November.


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    A $165 million children's hospital in Basra has not opened because of problems connecting to the electricity grid. (Associated Press)


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    ASSOCIATED PRESS Shining bright: Arizona state Sen. Russell Pearce, author of Arizona's immigration bill, has become a GOP kingmaker.



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    1st Lt. Jay Park participates in pre-deployment cognitive testing at Fort Campbell, Ky., in June. Soldiers from the Army's 52nd Ordnance Group, based at Fort Campbell, have undergone hours of exhaustive cognitive testing in the military's first-of-its-kind study of mild traumatic brain injury. This focus on the soldiers who find and destroy the powerful and deadly weapons is part of a larger effort by the military this year to better track and treat mild brain injuries. (AP Photo/Josh Anderson)


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    Dr. Richard Edwards, left, is greeted by Dr. Joseph Kutz who shakes one of Edwards' new hands during a news conference at Jewish Hospital in Louisville Thursday, Sept. 2, 2010. The 55-year-old chiropractor from Edmond, Okla., had his hands severely burned in a fire in 2006. Edwards says he can wiggle fingers on both his new hands. He was the nation's third double hand transplant recipient. (AP Photo/The Courier Journal, Michael Hayman) No sales No mags No archives


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