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WASHINGTON (AP) A new Newseum exhibit that opens tomorrow will allow visitors in Washington will get the chance to step into ``Meet the Press'' moderator Tim Russert's old NBC office. The office appears as it was in June 2008 when Russert died of a heart attack at age 58.

WASHINGTON (AP) National Park Service park rangers who have worked at the Lincoln Memorial for decades are helping the memorial expand beyond its marble temple. A new interactive Web site has been launched wityh videos, panoramas and oral histories from park rangers.

WASHINGTON (AP) Defense Secretary Robert Gates has ordered a 45-day review of the circumstances surrounding the Fort Hood, Texas shootings. The review will examine gaps into how the military identifies service members who might be a threat to others.

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