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The USS Barry launches a Tomahawk missile, targeting radar and anti-aircraft sites along Libya's Mediterranean coast on Saturday. U.S. Navy/Getty Images hide caption

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Will U.S. Policy In Libya Spread To Other Nations?

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Before his arrest last year, Manning was reportedly involved in several altercations while serving in the Army. Frontline hide caption

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WikiLeaks Suspect Manning: A Troubled Home Life

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For 15 years, journalist Chauncey Bailey was a constant presence in Oakland, Calif., newspapers, radio and television. The Chauncey Bailey Project hide caption

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Trial Connected To Journalist's Murder Continues

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A woman makes her way out of a Wal-Mart store in Oakland, Calif. Wal-Mart is arguing that it is too big to be sued by 1.5 million of its current and former female workers. Eric Risberg/AP hide caption

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Can A Business Be Too Big For A Class Action Suit?

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A coke drum waits along Montana's U.S. Highway 12 during a dry-run shipment in early March. The load can travel only late at night and is destined for a new oil refinery in Billings, Mont. Martin Kaste/NPR hide caption

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As Canadian Oil Moves South, Americans Push Back

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Estadio Municipal de Braga, designed by Eduardo Souto de Moura. Francois Xavier Marit/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Architect Eduardo Souto De Moura Wins Pritzker

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A woman walks past a Wells Fargo Home Mortgage office in La Habra, Calif. Many mortgage brokers say the Federal Reserve's new rules favor big banks. Jae C. Hong/AP hide caption

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Mortgage Brokers Decry Loan Payment Reforms

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