President Obama says any military strike he makes against the Syrian government in retaliation for suspected chemical attacks would be limited. Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP hide caption

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If It's Not Legal, Can A Strike On Syria Be Justified?

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A group of technology and retail groups is beginning a national ad campaign targeting so-called patent trolls. The Internet Association, National Restaurant Association, National Retail Federation and Food Marketing Institute hide caption

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Taking The Battle Against Patent Trolls To The Public

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A bigger facial recognition database could allow Facebook to collect more data about whom we are interacting with in the real world. Dado Ruvic/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Concussion Suits: NFL, Retirees Reach $765 Million Deal

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Afghan Viewpoint Of U.S. Army Trial Of Robert Bales

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DOJ Won't Sue To Overturn Recreational Pot Laws

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A federal appeals court has reversed an injunction that kept California's law banning conversion therapy from taking effect. This composite image shows sate Sen. Ted Lieu, left, who introduced the original bill, and David Pickup, a marriage and family therapist who is a plaintiff in the suit against it. Rich Pedroncelli/AP hide caption

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Nidal Hasan, seen here in 2010, has been sentenced to death for killing 13 people and wounding more than 30 more in a shooting rampage at Fort Hood, Texas, in 2009. Bell County Sheriff's Office handout/Getty Images hide caption

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Florida Asked To Reimburse George Zimmerman For Court Costs

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Attorney Robert Allard, seen here with former swimmer Jancy Thompson in 2010, says USA Swimming still needs to improve its handling of sexual abuse claims. The organization is also facing congressional scrutiny. Ben Margot/AP hide caption

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USA Swimming Faces Lingering Doubts Over Sexual Abuse

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In the Father to Child Summer Camp Behind Bars program, kids can bond with their fathers while staying at a campground near prison. Geray Williams, an inmate at the North Branch Correctional Institution in Cumberland, Md., gets a hug from his son Sanchez during the weeklong camp in 2010. Timothy Jacobsen/AP hide caption

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