Sen. Ted Stevens, R-Alaska, speaks to supporters at his campaign headquarters Monday, Aug. 4, 2008, after returning to Alaska after being indicted in Washington on charges he failed to report gifts.  (AP/Al Grillo)
Sen. Ted Stevens, R-Alaska, speaks to supporters at his campaign headquarters Monday, Aug. 4, 2008, after returning to Alaska after being indicted in Washington on charges he failed to report gifts. (AP/Al Grillo) Associated Press
Sen. Ted Stevens, R-Alaska, speaks to supporters at his campaign headquarters Monday, Aug. 4, 2008, after returning to Alaska after being indicted in Washington on charges he failed to report gifts. (AP/Al Grillo) Associated Press

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