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Murmansk, Russia, is the largest city above the Arctic Circle. If Russia follows through with plans to explore for oil and natural gas offshore in the Arctic Ocean, the city and its port could see significant economic benefits. David Greene/NPR hide caption

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Russia Pushes To Claim Arctic As Its Own

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Blue Moon Crosses Over Lynn Patrick
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A TSA employee being trained in behavioral pattern recognition watches passengers in line at Boston's Logan International Airport in 2010. This week, Logan will become the first U.S. airport to require every passenger to go through behavioral profiling. Josh Reynolds/AP hide caption

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Next In Line For The TSA? A Thorough 'Chat-Down'

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48 Days Laszlo Gardony
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St. Louis Blues Laszlo Gardony
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Captain Marvel Stanley Clarke, Chick Corea et. al.
Slippin into Darkness The Jae Sinnett Trio

Daphne Wilson (center) and her engineering team review plans for a project at Mitchell International Airport in Milwaukee, Wis. Erin Toner/WUWM hide caption

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Credit Troubles Teach Entrepreneur Better Business

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Get Inside Johnny A.
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Sway a Little Johnny A.
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Jevon Cochran protests in front of a BART train at the Civic Center station in San Francisco on Monday. Jeff Chin/AP hide caption

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BART Defends Cutting Off Cell Service In Subway

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A man is pulled off a commuter train at the Civic Center BART station on July 11 in San Francisco after climbing on top of it during a protest against the July 3 shooting by transit police of Charles Blair Hill. On Thursday, BART officials blocked cell service in some stations to prevent another protest. Eric Risberg/AP hide caption

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Cell Service Shutdown Raises Free Speech Questions

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45:33 [Riley Reinhold Remix] LCD Soundsystem
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45:33 [Prins Thomas Remix] LCD Soundsystem
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In India, the centuries-old tradition of chewing betel leaves, or paan, spread with spices and sweeteners is losing popularity. In this file photo from 2006, an Indian shopkeeper arranges silver foils of paan at his roadside shop in New Delhi. Manan Vatsyayana/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Listen to Corey Flintoff's Story

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Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin talks about the state's response to the drought during a news conference Monday in Oklahoma City. At right is state Emergency Management Director Albert Ashwood. Sue Ogrocki/AP hide caption

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Heat, Drought Pressure Oklahoma's Water Supplies

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A boom sweeps around a tank at a sewage treatment plant in Coos Bay, Ore. Even though sewage water can be treated and cleaned, psychologists say getting the "cognitive sewage" out of the water is much more difficult. Jeff Barnard/AP hide caption

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Why Cleaned Wastewater Stays Dirty In Our Minds

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Sea of Cloud Nujabes
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Weather Change Markus James
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