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U.S. agents compare notes as they patrol along the Mexico border near McAllen, Texas. A draft report by outside experts calls for steps to confront any claims of corruption in the Border Patrol. Eric Gay/AP hide caption

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Republican presidential candidate and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush waits backstage as he is introduced before speaking at the Road to Majority 2015 convention in Washington. Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP hide caption

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The Clinton Correctional Facility in Dannemora, N.Y., is located in a remote corner of the Adirondack Mountains. For years, it's been dogged with allegations of violence and corruption among its officers. Andrew Burton/Getty Images hide caption

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A Dozen Officials Suspended As Probe Into N.Y. Prison Break Widens

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Health workers wash their hands after taking a blood sample from a child to test for the Ebola virus. On Tuesday, the workers tested people in the village outside Monrovia where a 17-year-old boy died of the disease over the weekend. Abbas Dulleh /AP hide caption

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President Obama has proposed a rule requiring requiring overtime pay for more workers. The plan has drawn fire from many employers. Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP hide caption

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Does The Drip, Drip, Drip Of Clinton's Email Controversy Matter?

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Afternoon Tea, 1886. Chromolithograph after Kate Greenaway. If you're looking for finger sandwiches, dainty desserts and formality, afternoon tea is your cup. Print Collector/Getty Images hide caption

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People wait in line to withdraw euros from an ATM after Greece closed its banks Monday in Athens. Milos Bicanski/Getty Images hide caption

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How Default Could Push Greece Out Of The Eurozone

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This is a calculated flood map for the city of St. Louis. Water depth goes from deep (dark blue) to shallow (white, light blue). Floodwater can come from the Illinois, Upper Mississippi and Missouri rivers, as well as from heavy local precipitation. Courtesy of Dag Lohmann/Katrisk hide caption

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Flood Maps Can Get Much Sharper With A Little Supercomputing Oomph

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