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Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, here in Milan, Mich., was charged in federal court in December with trying to detonate an explosive device on a Dec. 25 flight from Amsterdam to Detroit. U.S. Marshals Service/AP hide caption

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Officials: Cleric Had Role In Christmas Bomb Attempt

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Val Rosing changed his name to Gilbert Russell when he moved to the U.S. Photo courtesy of Bruce Kaplan hide caption

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The Other Face Of Singer Val Rosing

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U.S. Marine and Afghan army commanders confer after their men begin taking fire while on patrol earlier this week. Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson/NPR hide caption

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A Burst Of Gunfire, And A Marine Lost In Marjah

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Al Armendariz, the EPA's new regional administrator for Region 6, which includes Texas, speaks at a celebration of his appointment in Austin on Mardi Gras. John Burnett/NPR hide caption

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Gov. Rick Perry To EPA: Don't Mess With Texas

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A woman stands in front of a houseboat moored near a floating market in Chau Doc, in southern Vietnam near the border with Cambodia. Christopher Brown for NPR hide caption

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As Mekong Rolls To The Sea, Turbulence On Its Banks

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An artist's rendering of the 70-million-year-old fish Bonnerichthys. This large bony fish got its dinner much like today's whales, by slurping in water and filtering out tiny sea creatures. Image courtesy of Robert Nicholls, www.paleocreations.com hide caption

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Prehistoric Megafish Ate Ocean's Tiniest Critters

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