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Highly detailed sonar systems aboard the research vessel Pritchard gave researchers a clear view of the sediment on the seafloor off Long Island. Courtesy of John Goff/University Of Texas hide caption

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Sand After Sandy: Scientists Map Seafloor For Sediment

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Mont Joli Hotel looks out over Cap-Haitian in northern Haiti. The owner says he's usually fully booked and plans to double the hotel's capacity. Haiti is trying to expand its tourism infrastructure and tap in to the multibillion-dollar Caribbean travel market. David Gilkey/NPR hide caption

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For Your Next Caribbean Vacation, Haiti ... Maybe?

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Hannari Tofu is the cutest chunk of soybean curd you're likely to encounter. He shows up on a range of plush merchandise. Satorare/Flickr hide caption

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In Japan, Food Can Be Almost Too Cute To Eat

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Valencia spent more than $1.5 billion to build the City of Arts and Sciences, the museum complex shown here in a photo from summer 2011. Marie McGrory/NPR hide caption

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How A Spanish City Went Boom, Then Bust

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Out For Lunch? Researchers estimate that billions of birds and small mammals are killed by cats in the U.S. annually. Vishnevskiy Vasiliy/iStockphoto hide caption

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Killer Kitties? Cats Kill Billions Of Creatures Every Year

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Illegal logging is widespread in Cambodia, and efforts to prevent it have had only a limited impact. Much of the wood is destined for China. Michael Sullivan/NPR hide caption

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As China Builds, Cambodia's Forests Fall

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Randi Weingarten, president of the American Federation of Teachers, says a bar exam for K-12 teachers would test a person's knowledge based on the subject he or she was hired to teach. Rebecca Cook/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Union Backs 'Bar Exam' For Teachers

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Rudi Kistler and Maurus Oehmann, Mannheim 2012 Courtesy of Francois Brunelle hide caption

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Have We Met Before? Doppelgangers Caught On Camera

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