Nine thousand two hundred wreaths lay on the graves of servicemen and women at the Florida National Cemetery in Bushnell, Fla., Dec. 14, 2013. The Wreaths Across America campaign reached over 500 different cemeteries worldwide this year. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Ned T. Johnston/Released)
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While bank robberies don’t often make the news, due to a recent crime spree in the suburban city of Longwood, Florida, banks are imposing a dress code on customers, prohibiting them from wearing hats, hoods, and sunglasses while inside the bank
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Tennessee musician becomes first to paddleboard to US from Cuba - U.S. News
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Inaugurations are always moments of great ceremony and pageantry. But, hey, everybody can rel-a-a-a-ax a little the second time around. After the electric moment of President Barack Obama's first swearing-in, the second inaugural was just so much more ... comfortable.
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President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama share a dance during the Commander-In-Chief Inaugural ball at the Washington Convention Center during the 57th Presidential Inauguration, Jan. 21, 2013, in Washington. - ABC News
U.S. first lady Michelle Obama, wearing a Jason Wu dress, kisses U.S. President Barack Obama as they dance at the Commander in Chief's ball in Washington, January 21, 2013.
PHOTO: President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama kiss as they dance during the Commander-In-Chief inaugural ball at the Washington Convention Center during the 57th Presidential ...
President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama share a dance during the Commander-In-Chief Inaugural ball at the Washington Convention...
President Barack Obama & First Lady Michelle Obama @ The 2013 Inaugural Ball
Despite the rarity, it's the second known set of identical triplets born in California in several months
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California couple welcomes naturally conceived identical triplet boys: Patrick, Owen, and Liam. Mom is 42. This gives me hope.
Identicle Triplet boys born to April and Brad Dooley on Jan. 13, 2014. Congrats to the new family. Welcome Patrick, Owen and Liam:) Long Beach, CA
April .&. Brad Dooley hold their newly born identical triplets [left to right] Patrick .. Owen .&. Liam at the Long Beach Memorial...
This photo taken Jan. 17, 2014 released by Miller Children’s Hospital Long Beach, shows April and Brad Dooley holding their newly born ident...
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California couple welcomes rare identical triplets
AP PHOTOS: Endeavour makes terrestrial journey - Sci/Tech news
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Having the shuttle so close to me was one of the most thrilling things I've ever seen and experienced and I was surprised how much it moved me. --IamCalypso
Space Shuttle Endeavour on its final mission, a 12-mile creep through Los Angeles city streets toward its final destination, the California Science Center, in October 2013.
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A Space Shuttle on the Streets of Los Angeles. You just don't get to see this every day!
Space Shuttle Endeavour in the Streets of Los Angeles en route to its resting exhibit.
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Awesome photos of the Space Shuttle Endeavour on the streets of Los Angeles
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The United States wins an impressive 25 total medals in the games. But only six of them were gold as Russia edged them with seven, making it the first time the U.S. failed to at least tie for the gold-medal lead since the first world championships in Helsinki 30 years ago.
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Nineteen firefighters killed in a wildfire a week ago went home for the last time on Sunday, their bodies traveling in individual white hearses in a somber caravan for 125 miles through Arizona cities and towns. The nearly five-hour-long procession began near the state Capitol in Phoenix, went through the town where the Granite Mountain Hotshots were killed and ended in the mountain community of Prescott, where they lived and will be laid to rest this week.
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Memorial for 19 Granite Mountain Hotshots killed fighting the wildfire in Prescott, Arizona. People lined Montezuma Street in downtown Prescott as the 19 hearses rolled past carrying the 19 firefighters.
GATHER TO REMEMBER: Hundreds of people lined Montezuma Street in Prescott, Ariz., Sunday to pay their respects as hearses carried the 19 Granite Mountain Hotshot firefighters killed a week ago by an out-of-control blaze near Yarnell, Ariz. (Julie Jacobson/Associated Press)
Hundreds of people line Montezuma Street Sunday, July 7, 2013 in downtown Prescott, Ariz. to pay respects as 19 hearses slowly roll by carrying the 19 Granite Mountain Hotshot firefighters.
Arizona Fire Heroes Go Home for One Last Time There just are no words for this picture. Opening it the first time and sharing it now puts a lump in my throat so big, it's hard to breath.
Hundreds of people lined up in downtown Prescott, AZ on Montezuma Street to pay their respects to the 19 firefighters who lost their lives fighting the Yarnell Fire.
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Hundreds of people line Montezuma Street on July 7, 2013 in downtown Prescott, Ariz. as 19 hearses slowly roll by carrying the Granite Mountain Hotshot firefighters killed by an out-of-control blaze near Yarnell, Ariz. The nearly five-hour-long procession began near the state Capitol in Phoenix, went through the town where the Granite Mountain Hotshots were killed and ended in the mountain community of Prescott, where they lived and will be laid to rest.
Granite Mountain Hotshots Return home Through downtown Prescott RIP
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NMAAMHC / National Museum of African American History and Culture - Washington DC - Large item installation / pullman third class car / opening June 2016.... #nmaahc #construction
Mission to repair Bertha tunneler hits another delay
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The new Seattle tunnel. History in the making. Some will be sad to see the Alaskan Way Viaduct go, saying the view is great on the drive over it but really, you should be watching the road, right? And this will open up the waterfront to the city, much like it is in SF after the Cypress Street Viaduct came down in an earthquake.
Preview of the new Seattle waterfront tunnel. History in the making, if only Bertha can get to tunneling again!
The new Seattle tunnel. History in the making, makes me sad! The view from the viaduct will be missed
In this handout provided by the Washington State Department of Transportation, The SR 99 tunnel in S... - Washington State Department of Transportation via Getty Images
"Under Seattle, a Big Object Blocks Bertha. What Is It?" by Kirk Johnson, 2013.12.19; NYTimes.com
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First look at waterfront tunnel as Bertha clears the way
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Bertha, the massive tunnel-boring machine being used to drill a two-mile tunnel in Seattle, is shown in July 2013. - Project delayed 2 years... Over budget... Lawsuit filed
Seattle tunneling machine digs out of launch pit, makes me sad! Wish the viaduct would have been repaired!!!
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Mystery Object Blocking the Giant Tunnel Boring Machine Nicknamed ‘Bertha’ Finally Identified
Big Bertha is fascinating! Seattle tunneling machine digs out of launch pit
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Lessons Learned From Seattle’s Tunneling Project
State: Bertha to get back to work by next March
Subway tunnel construction at Lexington Avenue and 97th Street.