In "The Fish on My Plate," author and fisherman Paul Greenberg sets out to answer the question "what fish should I eat that's good for me and good for the planet?" As part of his quest to investigate the health of the ocean — and his own — Greenberg spent a year eating seafood at breakfast, lunch and dinner. Courtesy of FRONTLINE hide caption

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U.S. Tobacco Profits Soar Despite Drop In Number Of Smokers

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K.K. DuVivier stands by a smart meter that sends electricity back to her utility, Xcel Energy. The Denver home gets credits from Xcel for power that's added back to the grid. Grace Hood/Colorado Public Radio hide caption

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As Rooftop Solar Challenges Utilities, One Aims For A Compromise

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Rupert Murdoch (left) with Fox News co-presidents Jack Abernethy and Bill Shine today. Last week, Fox News fired Bill O'Reilly in a move to save a $14 billion dollar deal. Mark Lennihan/AP hide caption

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Beyond Sexual Harassment, Lesser Known Scandals Could Cost The Murdochs A $14B Deal

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Bob, Robbie and Leah Maass (from left) ready equipment for planting season on their farm near Ellsworth, Iowa. Amy Mayer/Iowa Public Radio hide caption

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Winds Of Change Could Come Slowly For Agriculture Nominee Perdue

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Trump's First 100 Days: Tax And Economic Policies

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Trump's First 100 Days: Foreign Interests

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After David Wiley was laid off from the grueling day to day of the coal mining industry, he found a new livelihood working for STAT EMS in Pineville, W.V. Alexi Horowitz-Ghazi/NPR hide caption

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From Risking His Life To Saving Lives, Ex-Coal Miner Is Happy To Take The Paycut

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Designer Anastasiya Rudnik is a co-owner of the Ukrainian Street Wear shop in central Kiev. Lucian Kim/NPR hide caption

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Young Entrepreneurs Find Funky Niche In Products 'Made In Ukraine'

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High-Tech Luxury Juice Start-Up Faces Low-Tech Problem

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The Eugene J. Candy Co., which opened a year ago in Brooklyn, stocks offbeat novelties like wax fangs as well as its own experimental confections. Courtesy of Eugene J. hide caption

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Willy Wonka-Inspired 'Candy Alchemist' Spins Sugar Into Pure Imagination

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Reinford Farms has 700 dairy cows. As you can imagine, they produce a lot of ... um... material to be converted into electricity. Dani Fresh for WHYY hide caption

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Student Loans: You've Got Questions, We've Got Answers

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