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|Former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld listens to questions during a House Oversight committee hearing on Capitol Hill, August 1, 2007. Human rights groups have filed a lawsuit in France alleging that former Rumsfeld allowed torture at U.S.-run detention centers in Iraq and Guantanamo Bay.|
|©AP Photo/Cheryl Senter|
|Republican presidential candidate, and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney.|
|Iraqi artist, Moed Mohsen|
|The B-2 Spirit stealth bomber approaches an U.S. Air Force KC-10(A) tanker plane over the Missouri sky to receive an aerial refueling after taking off from the Whiteman Air Force Base in Johnson County, Missouri in this October 30, 2002 file photo. Some Democratic lawmakers questioned on Wednesday whether a new Bush administration request for $88 million to fit "bunker-busting" bombs to B-2 stealth bombers was part of preparations for an attack on Iran.|
|Oct. 23: Turkish soldiers patrol the area near the Turkey-Iraq border, in the province of Sirnak.|
|Carbon dioxide-induced warming under two scenarios simulated by an ensemble of simple climate models. (Left) CO2 levels are stabilized in 2100 at 450 ppm; (right) the stabilization target is recomputed in 2050. Shading denotes the likelihood of a particular simulation based on goodness-of-fit to observations of recent surface and subsurface-ocean temperature trends (7, 8). Simulations are plotted in order of increasing likelihood, so worse-fitting models are obscured. The bar labeled "EQM" shows the models' likelihood against their long-term equilibrium warming at 450 ppm. How these likelihoods are translated into forecast probabilities is controversial, and the more asymmetric the likelihood function, the greater the scope for controversy.|
|©REUTERS/NASA/WMAP Science Team/Handout|
|An undated image of the infant universe with "warmer" spots represented by red and "cooler" spots represented by blue, produced by NASA's Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe satellite.|
|Brown Lady of Raynham Hall - This famous photograph was taken in 1936 during a photo shoot for the magazine Country Life.|