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The Au Sable River in Michigan is a popular place for fly fishermen and the heart of a debate unexpectedly influenced by largely invisible social welfare organizations. Christine Arrasmith/NPR hide caption

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From Social Welfare Groups, A River Of Political Influence

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A crostini of smoked trout, hard-boiled egg, aioli and roe at The Red Hen in Washington, D.C. Owner/Chef Michael Friedman says Mediterranean cooking is simply a tweaking of basic cooking ideas. Courtesy of Brian Oh hide caption

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For Mind And Body: Study Finds Mediterranean Diet Boosts Both

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Five years ago, chef Roy Choi and a partner launched Kogi and ushered in a food truck "new wave" in Los Angeles. He tells his story in his new book, L.A.Son: My Life, My City, My Food. Courtesy of Harper Collins hide caption

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LA Food Truck King Tells His Story, One Recipe At A Time

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The U.S. Supreme Court is set to hear arguments in a case that challenges the court's most famous treaty decision, written in 1920 by Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes. Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A Toxic Love Triangle Heads To The Supreme Court

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This is an artist's illustration of Kepler-62f, a planet in the "habitable zone" of a star that is slightly smaller and cooler than ours. Kepler-62f is roughly 40 percent larger than Earth. NASA/JPL-Caltech/T. Pyle hide caption

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Galaxy Quest: Just How Many Earth-Like Planets Are Out There?

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M.I.A.'s fourth album, Matangi, is out now. Daniel Sannwald/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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'I Built The Platform Myself': M.I.A. On Being Heard

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