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    James Chaparro, acting director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), speaks July 26, 2012, at the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) headquarters in Arlington, Va., during a DEA announcement of a nationwide synthetic drug takedown. In the background is Michele Leonhart, DEA administrator. (Associated Press)


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    ** FILE ** A police officer patrols a parking lot in Montgomery County. (Photo provided by the Montgomery County Police Department)


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    John Robert Engole was the first person to benefit from U.S. funding for an AIDS-fighting program. He now teaches school.


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    Joseph Kondrot helps to lay out a piece of the AIDS ¿Memorial Quilt on Sunday on the National Mall at the opening ceremonies of the Quilt in the Capital, marking the 25th anniversary of the quilt. It coincides with the 19th International AIDS Conference. (Ryan M.L. Young/The Washington Times)


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    Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez went on the disabled list with a fractured hand after he was hit by a pitch Tuesday night. Eric Chavez will take over at third base. Rodriguez was batting .328 over his past 16 games. (Associated Press)


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    Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez went on the disabled list with a fractured hand after he was hit by a pitch Tuesday night. Eric Chavez will take over at third base. Rodriguez was batting .328 over his past 16 games. (Associated Press)


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    Women affected by AIDS share stories of survival at the Reach Out clinic near Kampala, Uganda, which receives funding from a U.S.-backed program. Research suggests stemming the spread of the AIDS virus may be possible, even in some of the world’s poorest countries. (Associated Press)


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    John Robert Engole was the first person to benefit from U.S. funding for an AIDS-fighting program. He now teaches school.


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    Police officers restrict access to a Shirlington apartment complex where a man and woman were found dead in an apparent murder-suicide (Charity Corkey/The Washington Times)


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