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Border Patrol agents in vehicles watch a gap in the U.S.-Mexico border fence near San Diego, Thursday. The Senate voted Wednesday to divert some of the money for the war in Iraq to increase patrols against illegal immigrants on the nation's borders. (AP Photo/Denis Poroy) Visit the P1 Border Patrol section
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Members of the Savannah Chatham County Metro. Police forensic unit carry equipment to a hotel in Ga., Friday, after guests complained of an odor. A body with items belonging to Fort Benning soldier SPC Robert Hornbeck was discovered. (AP Photo/Stephen Morton) Visit the P1 CSI/Forensics section
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Cleveland police officers attend a press conference for officer Steve Walker, 52, who was shot at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport Thursday. Walker was critically injured with cracked ribs, a damaged lung and a bullet lodged in his back, but his condition was stable. (AP Photo/Molly Corfman) Full Story
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Safety Commissioner Jerry Nicely, left, answers questions before the House Transportation Committee Wednesday in Nashville. The House voted to ensure the Dept. of Safety keeps the Criminal Investigation Division that the governor has tried to transfer to the Tenn. Bureau of Investigation. Visit the P1 Legal section (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)
A makeshift shrine sits at the front gate of a landfill Tuesday in Tullytown, Pa. New Jersey state police said they had made an important discovery at the landfill, where for the past three weeks officials have been searching for John Fiocco Jr., a freshman at The College of New Jersey. (AP Photo/Jose F. Moreno)

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