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Born on Inauguration Day: Adopted by the U.S.

Jan 17, 2013
Born in Seoul, South Korea, on the day that Bill Clinton first took office, and later adopted by a U.S. family, Matthew Wood voted in his first U.S. presidential election this past November.
Posted In: Immigration, South Korea

D.C. economy likely to see smaller inaugural bump

Jan 17, 2013
Obama's second inaugural is not expected to be the same windfall as the first.
Posted In: inauguration, Washington D.C.

Born on Inauguration Day: A sustainable lifestyle

Jan 14, 2013
Justin Daugherty, a guitarist and environmentalist living in Austin, Texas says his inauguration birthday adds to his sense of social responsibility.
Posted In: Environment, conservation

Born on Inauguration Day: Star-Spangled baby

Jan 14, 2013
Ciara McDonald will always remember where she was during Barack Obama's inauguration -- at the hospital giving birth to her second son, Ronan.
Posted In: Education, Barack Obama

Were you born on an Inauguration Day?

Nov 19, 2012
Marketplace and the Annenberg School at USC are looking for everyday citizens to share their stories of how life has changed since the day they were born -- and a president was sworn in.
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We live in a petroleum-saturated world. Literally. Despite fears of reserve shortages and declining crude, world oil production has experienced a steady rise in recent years, to the tune of an estimated 72.26 million barrels a day for 2009, up from 65.92 million barrels a day in 1999.

On the one-year anniversary of the BP Oil Spill in the Gulf of Mexico, we take a look at the future of crude as we enter an era of "tough oil." This interactive map - and our coverage below - examines how world crude oil production has shifted over the years, particularly from 1960 to 2010, as oil producers search for new locations and methods for extracting oil.