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An employee of Northern Dynasty Mines Inc. at a drilling rig near Iliamna, Alaska. Analysis on core samples drilled from the proposed Pebble Mine site show large deposits of copper and gold.
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NEWPORT BEACH, CALIF. -- WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 2019: Hossein Nayeri, right, seated next to his defense attorney Salvatore Ciulla, reacts as he listens to prosecuting attorney Heather Brown speak during opening statements at Newport Harbor Courthouse in Newport Beach Wednesday, July 17, 2019. Nayeri is accused of masterminding the plot to kidnap a pot-dispensary operator from his Newport Beach home in October 2012 and took him to the desert, where the man was sexually mutilated. Nayeri (in a separate trial) will also face charges of escaping from the Orange County jail. Nayeri?s supposed accomplice, Kyle Handley, was convicted of playing a role in the kidnapping. Photo taken in Newport Beach, Calif., on July 17, 2019. (Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times)
Manhunt: Deadly Games -- CBS TV Series, "Join or Die" -- FBI agent Brennan realizes he needs to change course radically to catch Olympic bomber Eric Rudolph, and he decides to joins forces with ATF Agent Embry. Also, Kathy Scruggs, the journalist who broke the Richard Jewell story, confronts her wrongdoing, on MANHUNT: DEADLY GAMES, Saturday, Oct. 31 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Pictured L to R: Arliss Howard as ATF Agent Earl Embry and Gethin Anthony as FBI Agent Jack Brennan. Photo: Lewis Jacobs/Lionsgate. All Rights Reserved. Arliss Howard, left, and Gethin Anthony"Manhunt: Deadly Games" on CBS.