Fighting Scorches Libya's Capital; Al-Qaida's Silence May Be Strategic

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A Tunisian woman carries her bags past the Ras Jdir border post between Libya and Tunisia, near the Tunisian city of Ben Guerdane, after leaving Libya on February 23, 2011
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Reports of fighting on the outskirts of Libya's capital of Tripoli are trickling in; discussing the books of your earlier life that still hold up; President Obama withdraws support for the Defense Of Marriage Act in the courts; a look at walkouts happening in Wisconsin, Ohio, and Indiana; assesing Al-Qaida's silence; an update from Bahrain; questions about a new dot com bubble; Discovery's final voyage; and talking to the grandson of the real therapist who helped "The King's Speech."