National Transportation Safety Board investigators and local police and sheriff departments scour the scene of fatal plane crash outside the Butte Airport in Butte, Mont., on Monday, March. 23, 2009. The single-engine turboprop plane nose-dived into the cemetery and killed 14 people on board, including seven children who were heading to a ski trip.
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Cargo Plane Crash
Investigators inspect a burnt part of a FedEx cargo plane after it crashed and burst into flames at Narita International Airport in Narita, east of Tokyo, Monday, March 23, 2009. The FedEx cargo plane burst into flames after bouncing off a runway in unusually high winds at Tokyo's main international airport Monday, killing the pilot and copilot and closing a major runway for several hours.
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Brick By Brick
A police officer arranges packages of cocaine in Buenaventura, Colombia's main seaport on the Pacific coast, Monday, March 23, 2009. Colombian police seized 3.5 tons of cocaine in a container of vegetable grease bound for Mexico.
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Compact Car, Compact Price
Tata Sons Chairman, Ratan Tata poses alongside the Tata Nano, at its launch in Mumbai, India, Monday, March 23, 2009. Tata Motors launched its snub-nosed, $2,000 Nano, a vehicle meant to put car ownership within reach of millions of the world's poor. The Nano, starting at about 100,000 rupees ($1,980), is 10.2 feet long, has one windshield wiper, a 623cc rear engine, and a diminutive trunk.
Credit: AP Photo/Gautam Singh
North Korean female soldiers wave as they patrol along the waterfront of North Korea's Yalu River, opposite the Chinese border town of Hekou, northeast of Dandong, China, Monday, March 23, 2009. Two American journalists detained by North Korean soldiers for "illegally intruding" in its territory after crossing the border from China, are believed to have been sent to Pyongyang for questioning, a news report said Sunday.
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Tommy Grabowsky, 8, of Canton, Ohio, gets tossed by 350 pound sumo wrestler Byambajav Ulambayar, as fellow sumo wrestler, Tamir Dolgormaa, 290 pounds, looks on at right Sunday March 22, 2009, at the Canton Players Guild in Canton, Ohio. Ulambayar and Dolgormaa wrestled each other in an exhibition before inviting children from the audience to participate and try their luck with the athletes.
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Cyclist Lance Armstrong is seen in an ambulance as he arrives at a hospital in Valladolid, Spain, Monday, March 23, 2009. Armstrong fractured his collarbone in a crash during a race Monday, disrupting the seven-time Tour de France champion's comeback. Armstrong was to fly to the U.S. and meet with doctors to decide whether he needs surgery, putting his participation in the Tour de France in July in doubt.
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Astronaut Joseph Acaba seen outside the international space station, Monday, March 23, 2009. Acaba and fellow astronaut Richard Arnold had no luck trying to free up a jammed equipment storage shelf at the station. They did complete their first job of the day: moving a crew and equipment cart from one end of the space station to another. Also on their to-do list: lubricating the tip of the space station's robotic arm.
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Steam rises from the top vent in the summit crater of Alaska's Mount Redoubt, Saturday, March 21, 2009. The Mount Redoubt volcano erupted five times Sunday night and early Monday morning, March 22 and 23, 2009, sending an ash plume more than 9 miles into the air in the volcano's first emissions in nearly 20 years.
Credit: AP/Alaska Volcano Ob./USGS, C. Read