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President Barack Obama delivers remarks, Thursday, July 15, 2010, at the groundbreaking ceremony at Compact Power, Inc., a subsidiary of LG Chem Ltd., a battery plant in Holland, Mich. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

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President Barack Obama waves to the crowd after attending a groundbreaking ceremony for the LG Chem plant that will manufacture advanced batteries for Chevrolet and Ford electric cars, Thursday, July 15, 2010, in Holland, Mich. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)

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** FILE ** In this Feb. 9, 2010 file photo, a customer reads a Nook electronic reader at a Barnes & Noble book store in Hackensack, N.J. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, file)

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The living room features track and recessed lighting, a wood-burning fireplace and built-in cabinets.The living room features track and recessed lighting, a wood-burning fireplace and built-in cabinets.The family-room addition features a wall of windows as well as floor-to-ceiling windows on a second wall with a glass door to the deck.

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An undated image made available by the National Gallery in London of Leonardo da Vinci's Virgin on the Rocks before (left) and after restoration. The gallery says a restoration project for Leonardo da Vinci's "Virgin of the Rocks" has revealed new details and suggest that the painter may have painted all the picture himself, instead of with his assistants as previously thought. (AP Photo/The National Gallery)

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** FILE ** In this file photo taken June 29, 2010, the Apple iPhone 4 is shown at the Apple Store, in New York. A decision by Consumer Reports not to recommend the iPhone 4 because of reception issues could tarnish Apple Inc.'s reputation, but the snub isn't likely to dissuade fans who have braved poor reception for years. (AP Photo/Jason DeCrow, file)

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This frame grab image taken from a video posted on YouTube and appearing on Iranian television on June 7, 2010, shows a man whom Iranian broadcasters identified as Iranian nuclear scientist Shahram Amiri. (AP Photo)

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**FILE** This frame grab image taken from a video posted on YouTube and which appeared on Iranian television on June 7, 2010, shows a man whom Iranian broadcasters identified as Iranian nuclear scientist Shahram Amiri. (Associated Press)

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As the White House releases its National AIDS Strategy Tuesday, Los Angeles-based AIDS Healthcare Foundation launched an ad campaign comparing President Obama's AIDS policy with President George W. Bush's. (Graphic: AIDS Healthcare Foundation)

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Tyrone Harvey, 43, of Washington, looks at the program on his cell phone that he uses to input his blood glucose levels and other diabetes related data while at Howard University Hospital in Washington, Friday, July 9, 2010. Mr. Harvey uses a cell phone to help manage his diabetes as part of a program that uses cell phone interactions to manage chronic diseases. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

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In an image made from video provided by BP PLC, underwater robots work on assembling equipment early on Monday, July 12, 2010, for containing the oil gushing from the damaged oil well in the Gulf of Mexico. A second robot is in the background. (AP Photo/BP)

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**FILE** A Chinese flag flutters outside Google's China headquarters in Beijing on Jan. 13, 2010. (Associated Press)

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This undated file image taken from the Russian social networking website "Odnoklassniki", or Classmates, shows a woman journalists have identified as Anna Chapman, who appeared at a hearing Monday, June 28, 2010 in New York federal court. Chapman, along with 10 others, was arrested on charges of conspiracy to act as an agent of a foreign government without notifying the U.S. attorney general. The caption on Odnoklassniki reads "Russia, Moscow. London, Stone age." (AP Photo, File)

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Solar Impulse's Chief Executive Officer and pilot Andre Borschberg flies in the solar-powered HB-SIA prototype airplane after its first night flight attempt near Payerne airport, Switzerland, as the sun rises, Thursday, July 8, 2010. The experimental solar-powered plane landed safely after completing its first 24-hour test flight. The record feat brings it one step closer to the makers' ultimate aim of circling the globe using only energy from the sun.(AP Photo/Keystone/Fabrice Coffrini/Pool)

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Solar Impulse's Chief Executive Officer and pilot Andre Borschberg flies in the solar-powered HB-SIA prototype airplane after its first night flight attempt near Payerne airport, Switzerland, as the sun rises, Thursday, July 8, 2010 . The experimental solar-powered plane landed safely after completing its first 24-hour test flight. The record feat brings it one step closer to the makers' ultimate aim of circling the globe using only energy from the sun. (AP Photo/Keystone/Fabrice Coffrini/Pool)

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Solar Impulse's team chief Bertrand Piccard, left, and Solar Impulse's Chief Executive Officer and pilot Andre Borschberg celebrate after successfully landing the solar-powered HB-SIA prototype airplane after its first successful night flight attempt at Payerne airport, Switzerland, on Thursday, July 8, 2010. The aircraft took off July 7 at 06:51 a.m. and reached an altitude of 28,543 feet by the end of the day. It then slowly descent to 4,921 feet and flew during the night on the batteries, charged during the day by 12,000 solar cells, which powered the four electric motors. It landed July 8 at 09.00 a.m. for a flight time of 26 hours 9 minutes setting the longest and highest flight ever made by a solar plane. (AP Photo/Keystone, Dominic Favre, Pool)

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Solar Impulse's team chief Bertrand Piccard, left, and Solar Impulse's Chief Executive Officer and pilot Andre Borschberg celebrate after successfully landing the solar-powered HB-SIA prototype airplane after its first successful night flight attempt at Payerne airport, Switzerland, on Thursday, July 8, 2010. The aircraft took off July 7 at 06:51 a.m. and reached an altitude of 28,543 feet by the end of the day. It then slowly descent to 4,921 feet and flew during the night on the batteries, charged during the day by 12,000 solar cells, which powered the four electric motors. It landed July 8 at 09.00 a.m. for a flight time of 26 hours 9 minutes setting the longest and highest flight ever made by a solar plane. (AP Photo/Keystone, Dominic Favre, Pool)

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People look on as Solar Impulse's solar-powered HB-SIA prototype airplane stands on the runway after its first successful night flight attempt at Payerne airport, Thursday, July 8, 2010. The aircraft took off July 7 at 06:51 a.m. and reached an altitude of 28,543 feet by the end of the day. It then slowly descent to 4,921 feet and flew during the night on the batteries, charged during the day by 12,000 solar cells, which powered the four electric motors. It landed July 8 at 09.00 a.m. for a flight time of 26 hours and 9 minutes, setting the longest and highest flight ever made by a solar plane. (AP Photo/Keystone, Denis Balibouse, Pool)

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Solar Impulse's Chief Executive Officer and pilot Andre Borschberg flies in the solar-powered HB-SIA prototype airplane after its first night flight attempt near Payerne airport, Switzerland, as the sun rises, Thursday, July 8, 2010. The experimental solar-powered plane landed safely after completing its first 24-hour test flight. The record feat brings it one step closer to the makers' ultimate aim of circling the globe using only energy from the sun.(AP Photo/Keystone/Fabrice Coffrini/Pool)

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Solar Impulse's team chief Bertrand Piccard, left and Solar Impulse's Chief Executive Officer and pilot Andre Borschberg, celebrate after successfully landing the solar-powered HB-SIA prototype airplane after its first successful night flight attempt at Payerne airport on Thursday, July 8, 2010. (AP Photo/Keystone, Dominic Favre, Pool)