Fla. Cases Test 'Stand Your Ground' Law's Limits

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Do Israeli-Azeri Ties Portend Conflict With Iran?

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Mali Rebellion Fighting On Two Fronts

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Coalition Moves To Fund Rebels In Syria

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Race, Politics And The Trayvon Martin Case

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Supporters of the opposition National League for Democracy celebrate their victory in parliamentary elections outside the party headquarters in Yangon, Myanmar, on Sunday. The results could help to consolidate support for political reforms and herald the end of foreign sanctions on the country. Paula Bronstein/Getty Images hide caption

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Myanmar Party Says Dissident Leader Wins Election

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Human rights activist Carlos Diaz stands in Mar del Plata City Hall, where a wall displays portraits of the victims of a 1970s-era military dictatorship in Argentina. Silvina Frydlewsky/For NPR hide caption

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Falkland Island Hero's Brutal Past Discovered

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Kansas' Thomas Robinson (0) fights for a rebound with Ohio State's Deshaun Thomas (1) during the second half of an NCAA Final Four semifinal college basketball tournament game Saturday in New Orleans. Chris Steppig/AP hide caption

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Kentucky To Face Kansas In NCAA Title Game

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Notre Dame guard Skylar Diggins goes up during the second round of NCAA women's tournament basketball in a game against California. Charles Rex Arbogast/AP hide caption

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The broken-down Cobleigh Public Library bookmobile sits idle at a storage facility in Lyndonville, Vt. Supporters are raising money to put it back on the road. Herb Swanson hide caption

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The Final Chapter For A Trusty Bookmobile?

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Briefings are part of the demobilization process that the 182nd Infantry Regiment must go through at Camp Atterbury in Columbus, Ind. Tom Dreisbach/NPR hide caption

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A Rest Stop On The Road From Soldier To Civilian

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Fifty years ago, the typical first-time mother in the U.S. took about four hours to give birth. These days, women labor about 6 1/2 hours. Carsten/Three Lions/Getty Images hide caption

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Protesters chant and hold a copy of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution in front of Supreme Court in Washington as the court concluded three days of hearing arguments on the constitutionality of President Barack Obama's health care overhaul. Carolyn Kaster/AP hide caption

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The Individual Mandate's Growth In Unpopularity

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Tribe Sues To Keep Reservation Free Of Booze

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