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A sockeye salmon that was caught from the research vessel Miss Delta off the coast of Vancouver is examined. The MSC has certified the fish as "sustainable" even though there is concern from scientists and environmentalists. Brett Beadle for NPR hide caption

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Conditions Allow For More Sustainable-Labeled Seafood

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Dennis Roseman, left, and Jamie Manganello pull in a swordfish off the coast of Florida. The Day Boat Seafood company went through a complicated process to become certified as a sustainable fishery by the Marine Stewardship Council. Chip Litherland for NPR hide caption

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For A Florida Fishery, 'Sustainable' Success After Complex Process

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Capt. Art Gaeten holds a blue shark that was caught during a research trip in Nova Scotia. Scientists are studying the impact of swordfish fishing methods on the shark population. Dean Casavechia for NPR hide caption

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Is Sustainable-Labeled Seafood Really Sustainable?

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John Walker Lindh was captured in Afghanistan in 2002 after fighting with the Taliban. File Photo/AP hide caption

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John Walker Lindh Sues For Prison Prayer Group

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The Mall of America in Bloomington, Minn., has implemented a security program aimed at aiding the government identify suspected terrorists. Jim Mone/AP hide caption

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Mall Counterterrorism Files ID Mostly Minorities

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The Mall of America, one of the nation's largest shopping and entertainment venues, is also home to its own counterterrorism unit. Dawn Villela/AP hide caption

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Under Suspicion At The Mall Of America

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Did Harsh Interrogation Tactics Lead To Bin Laden?

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Secret Documents: Guantanamo Interrogators Worked Without Nuance

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A U.S. military guard carries shackles in preparation for moving a detainee at the U.S. detention center in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. John Moore/Getty Images hide caption

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Detainees Transferred Or Freed Despite 'High Risk'

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