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William Lokey of FEMA, left, confers with New Orleans Capt. Tim Bayard on Capitol Hill, Monday, during a Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee hearing on the response to Hurricane Katrina. Read a related Law Officer article (AP Photo/Dennis Cook)
U.S. Border Patrol agents stand guard over immigrants that were taken into custody near the railroad tracks north of Laredo, Texas. The yearly lull is coming to an end, as tens of thousands of immigrants attempt to return illegally after spending the holidays with family and friends. Visit the P-1 Border Patrol section (AP Photo/LM Otero)
A Mexican federal police officer stands guard as others lift bundles believed to contain drugs through a shaft that reaches down to a sophisticated clandestine tunnel which passes under the US-Mexico border on Wednesday in Tijuana, Mexico. Related story (AP Photo/David Maung)
Brandon Morris is escorted by Md. Correction officers from the MSP barracks in Hagerstown, Md., Thursday. Morris, 20, admitted to Washington County Hospital on Wednesday shot the corrections officer guarding him early Thursday. Morris was recaptured after he fled on foot when the taxi he had allegedly carjacked from the hospital crashed at State Line, Pa. The corrections officer is in critical condition, Sizer said. (AP Photo/The Herald-Mail, Richard T. Meagher)
A man, identified by police as 47-year-old Jess Martinez, is taken into custody, at the end of a hostage standoff at a bank in Exeter, Calif., early Thursday. The last of eight hostages was rescued unharmed after a 10 1/2 hour seige, authorities said. Full Story (AP Photo/Gary Kazanjian)

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