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An image of terrorism suspect Faisal Shahzad is seen on a TV screen as Attorney General Eric Holder and other officials hold a news briefing last month about the investigation into the attempted May 1 bombing of Times Square. Jewel Samad/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Would-Be Bombers In U.S. Hampered By Logistics

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The city incinerator in Harrisburg, Pa., is almost $300 million in debt. And because the city backed the Harrisburg Authority, which owns the facility, it is responsible for the $68 million bill this year. Tamara Keith/NPR hide caption

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Harrisburg, Pa., Incinerator Burns Hole In City Pocket

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Scientists thought that people with stronger taste sensations would have needed less salt. TooFarNorth/Flickr hide caption

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Why 'Supertasters' Can't Get Enough Salt

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Since a lot of the Gulf Coast fishing has shut down, business has been slow at Huey Ice Co. in Dulac, La. Yuki Noguchi/NPR hide caption

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Business Melts Away For Gulf Coast Icehouses

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Japanese whalers haul in a Baird's beaked whale off the coast of Wada, southeast of Tokyo, in this June 2009 photo. Shuji Kajiyama/AP hide caption

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Debate Over Whale Hunt Focuses On Japan

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Okinawans protest May 23 in front of the local government office in the city of Naha against the U.S. Marine base on the island. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Japan's PM Faces Test Over U.S. Base On Okinawa

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