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T.K. Thorne says the $20 monthly solar fee she pays to Alabama Power will double the time it will take to pay off her rooftop solar system. Julia Simon for NPR hide caption

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To Some Solar Users, Power Company Fees Are An Unfair Charge

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A Malaysian Musang King durian, much sought after by consumers in China. Michael Sullivan for NPR hide caption

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Stinking Rich? Malaysia Aims To Cash In On China's Durian Craze

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Chef Leah Chase stands outside her famous Creole restaurant, Dooky Chase's, in March 2007. Two years earlier it was flooded out during Hurricane Katrina. Cheryl Gerber/AP hide caption

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Leah Chase, The 'Queen Of Creole Cuisine,' Dies At 96

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The Algebra Mothers were cult favorites in Detroit's rebellious punk rock scene in the 1970s. The band is now enjoying a resurgence, thanks in part to help from Jack White's label — Third Man Records in Detroit. Christopher Morgan/Courtesy of the Algebra Mothers hide caption

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Punk Band Algebra Mothers Enjoys A Resurgence, With A Little Help From Jack White

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