Violence Escalates in Bahrain; US Reassess Cost of a Human Life

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Bahraini army tanks take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown.
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Bahrain military forces kill and wound protesters in a harsh crackdown assault against pro-democracy demonstations; the new opera, "Anna Nicole"; judging the value of a human life; Radiohead's bid for a new music sales landscape; a look at Libya under Moammar Gadhafi; assistant secretary of state for public affairs P.J. Crowley on American Middle East policy; a look at this weekend's movies; 25 years of genocide prevention efforts; a roundup of sports this weekend; and how pro-democracy protests are proving anti-business in Bahrain.