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Mike Mickel is president and CEO of Dominion Aviation, an aviation services and charter operation near Richmond, Va. He praised a move by the federal government to drop a plan for tough new security regulations on general aviation. Robert Benincasa/NPR hide caption

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TSA Scraps Plan To Toughen Private Air Travel Rules

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The Alinghi 5 sailing off Valencia, Spain. Alinghi's yacht club, Societe Nautique de Geneve, is based in Switzerland. Luca Butto/Alinghi hide caption

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America's Cup Sails Into (And Over) Uncharted Seas

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Julianne Sohn, now an officer with the LAPD, was forced to resign from the Marines. Ina Jaffe/NPR hide caption

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Military Service Members Kicked Out For Coming Out

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Presidential candidate Viktor Yanukovych greets supporters in the town of Yenakiyevo last week. The Ukrainian opposition leader faces Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko in the second round of presidential voting on Sunday. Andryi Mosienko/AP hide caption

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Orange Revolution May Fade To Black In Ukraine

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Richard Coleman (left), Derek Connell and Claudia Coleman visited StoryCorps in Pensacola, Fla. StoryCorps hide caption

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Boy Scout Tells Leaders Why He Stayed 25 Years

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A thin (0.1 mm) layer of water that is frozen and examined under polarized light. Courtesy of Rainer Stahlberg and Gerald H. Pollack, University of Washington hide caption

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Scientists Keep Water Liquid Far Below Zero Degrees

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The migrant moth Autographa gamma (Silver Y), one of the species of migratory insects that have evolved sophisticated flight behaviors to optimize their migratory routes Ian Woiwod/Science hide caption

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High Above, Insects Travel On Sky Superhighways

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Bjorn Ulvaeus (right) and Anni-Frid 'Frida' Synni Lyngstad, former members of the Swedish pop group ABBA, stand by caricature puppets used in a music video, at the ABBAWorld exhibition in Earls Court London on Jan 26. Joel Ryan/AP hide caption

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ABBAWorld, How Can We Resist You?

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