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911: President George W. Bush at National Cathedral

Stage setting for ceremonies at Department of Interior headquarters, Washington, D.C., marking the naming of Columbia Point, a 13,980-feet peak in Colorado's Sangre de Cristo Mountains, in honor of the Space Shuttle Columbia's last voyage

Stage setting for ceremonies at Department of Interior headquarters, Washington, D.C., marking the naming of Columbia Point, a 13,980-feet peak in Colorado's Sangre de Cristo Mountains, in honor of the Space Shuttle Columbia's last voyage

Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, (D-N.Y.), poses for pictures with troops at the Al Faw Palace. Sen Clinton is visiting and part of a congressional delegation, which included Sen. Evan Bayh (D-Ind.) and Rep. John McHugh (R-N.Y.). (U.S. Army PHOTO by SGT. Curt Cashour) (Released)

Tallahassee Women's Club

Office of Enforcement and Compliance - BP Oil Spill - President Barack Obama delivers remarks in the rain at the Coast Guard Venice Center in Venice, LA, May 2, 2010. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza) [412-APD-820-P050210PS-0583.jpg]

Secretary Gale Norton attending Department of Interior headquarters, Washington, D.C. ceremony marking the naming of Columbia Point, a 13,980-feet peak in Colorado's Sangre de Cristo Mountains, in honor of the Space Shuttle Columbia's last voyage

Secretary Gale Norton, right, with Doug Brown, center, brother of the late astronaut David Brown, and Dorothy Brown, David's mother, before Department of Interior ceremony marking the naming of Columbia Point, in Colorado's Sangre de Cristo Mountains, in honor of Space Shuttle Columbia's last voyage

Secretary Gale Norton, right, greeting Judge Paul Brown, father of the late astronaut David Brown, before Department of Interior headquarters ceremony marking the naming of Columbia Point, a 13,980-feet peak in Colorado's Sangre de Cristo Mountains, in honor of the Space Shuttle Columbia's last voyage

Secretary Gale Norton, right, with Judge Paul Brown, center, father of the late astronaut David Brown, before Department of Interior headquarters ceremony marking the naming of Columbia Point, a 13,980-feet peak in Colorado's Sangre de Cristo Mountains, in honor of Space Shuttle Columbia's last voyage