*FILE* In this 2008 photo, Wendy Dutton of Arlington massages her 8-month-old daughter, Maya, earlier this month during an infant massage class at Hela Spa in Georgetown. (Barbara L. Salisbury/The Washington Times)
**FILE** A Kenyan man sits in a destroyed truck used as a makeshift roadblock while a tire burns on the vehicle's roof in Kisumu, Kenya, in late January 2008, a month of violence after disputed elections. (Associated Press)
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People wait on the Maryland shoreline in Poolesville on as their vehicles are brought back to shore on the White's Ferry, which carries commuters between Loudoun and Montgomery counties.
The Rio Grande forms an elbow known as the Big Bend as it flows southward from El Paso, Texas, defining the U.S.-Mexico border. As seen at Big Bend State Park, mountains form a natural barrier. Residents on both sides say they are glad not to be separated a border fence. Rusty Hill (left) owns a store in La Ruidosa, Texas. (Associated Press)
**FILE** Rebecca Peltz, 12, receives fashion advice from her sister Macy, 4, as their father, Andy, looks on at the Justice Just for Girls store in Sterling, Va., on August 24, 2008. The family, from Ashburn, Va., was shopping for back-to-school clothes. (The Washington Times)
A U.S. Border Patrol vehicle patrols between the primary and secondary fences along the U.S.-Mexico border south of San Diego, a sector some critics contend is being too generously staffed at the expense of Arizona and Texas. (Associated Press)